Alva man sentenced to federal prison for making online threats
A 20-year-old Alva man was sentenced Monday to six months in prison for threatening online to kill someone.
Chase A. Davis will also have to complete 400 hours of community service, pay $1,440 in restitution to the American Family Association, and serve a three-year term of supervised release.
Davis pleaded guilty on Nov. 27, 2019, to making threats over the internet from Pompano Beach to Tupelo, Mississippi, on the American Family Association’s Facebook page.
The May 22, 2019, posts contained the following language:
“i am coming to tupelo unexpected with a group of people and we are going to kill every single person who runs your group,” and “you are the most disgusting people in america. i have put together a group to have you pieces of [expletive] obliterated into dust. yes, i literally mean killing all of you. you people are nothing but disgusting, worn out, and old excuses of human life.”