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Black River Falls Woman Found Guilty of Threatening Phone Call to Governor

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013 -- 12:02 PM

-A Black River Falls woman was found guilty of making a threatening phone call to Governor Scott Walker.

Back in April, Dana Sartor, age 52, allegedly called Governor Scott Walker?s office and left a voice mail threatening to shoot Walker?s wife and children. Her speech was slurred in the message.

The call was traced back to Sartor and she admitted to authorities that she made the call. However, she also said that she had no intention of harming the governor?s family. In fact, she told authorities that she had sent a letter to the governor saying he was doing a good job.

Sartor did plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge of unlawful phone use/threatening harm. Sartor was sentenced to 30 hours of community service.

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