Attorney General in New York has sentenced a Mechanicsburg man to prison for threatening to kill a California lawmaker. Joshua Hall, who is 23, was sentenced to 20 months in prison Monday. Prosecutors say he made threatening calls from Yonkers, New York to kill Representative Eric Swallwell. He also was convicted of online fraud for impersonating President Trump’s family members to raise money for his re-election campaign. Hall used those accounts to amass more than 100-thousand-followers on social media and took the money for his personal use.