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Darren Bailey receives a threatening voicemail from a man in Chicago | Main stories

CHICAGO, Ill. (WAND) — A Chicago man has been charged with sending threatening voicemails to gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey.

Scott Lennox, 21, was charged with threats against a public official, harassment by telephone and harassment by electronic means.

A bail bond released by the Cook County District Attorney’s Office said Lennox called Bailey’s office in Springfield on Oct. 28 to leave a message threatening to “take Darren Bailey alive,” among other threats.

The office’s caller ID recorded a phone number that was registered to Lenox. After hearing the message, a legislative aide notified Capitol Police. Bailey’s camp has beefed up security around his campaign stops and at his children’s school.

When confronted by Illinois State Police investigators, Lennox agreed to unlock and provide his phone for the investigation. In addition to the call log, which coincides with the time the threatening messages were sent, there were also Snapchat messages boasting about the threats.

Lennox’s trial is set for Nov. 23.

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