Illinois State Police Arrested Chicago Man for Threatening Governor/ DuPage County Sheriff

Effingham, IL / Effingham Radio

The Illinois State Police arrested a Chicago man on Thursday for the threatening of Public Officials.

24 year old, Eric M. Pence, of Chicago was arrested by the Illinois State Police Zone 1 Investigations. Pence allegedly sent a threatening letter to Governor Rauner and threatening emails to the DuPage County Sheriff. Pence is being charged with a Class 3 Felony for Threatening of a Public Official for threatening the Governor and a Class A Misdemeanor for Harassment Using an Electronic Communication Device for threatening the DuPage County Sheriff. Pence is being held at the DuPage County Jail with a $250,000 bond.

The Illinois State Police is still investigating the matter.

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Eric M Pence, 24, is charged with Threatening a Public Official and Harassment Using an Electronic Communication Device.

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