Illinois Man Sentenced For Anti-Semitic Threats To Arizona Victim

A Waukegan, Illinois man, Kevin Thomas Kerr, was sentenced to five years of probation after previously pleading guilty to Making Threats in Interstate Commerce.

Kerr has also been incarcerated for more than six months and is required to serve an additional six months of home confinement subject to electronic monitoring.

On March 6, 2020, as part of an ongoing series of harassing communications, which included anti-Semitic slurs, Kerr called the victim in Arizona and left a voicemail threatening to injure and kill him. Federal investigators arrested Kerr in Illinois, and he was transported to Arizona to face charges.