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DiSanto ordered to stay away from constituent who says she threatened her


News Staff - July 10, 2019

RAPID CITY, S.D. - A state lawmaker from Box Elder has been ordered to stay away from a woman who says she threatened her on social media.

The Box Elder Police Department issued the "No Trespass" notification against Lynn DiSanto following a social media exchange between her and a constituent about Serenity Dennard -- the little girl who has been missing since February 3 after running away from the Black Hills Children's Home near Rockerville.

Patricia Kassney of Box Elder alleges DiSanto threatend her after posting on DiSanto's Facebook page that the state lawmaker was using Serenity's disappearance for her own personal gain. DiSanto replied that she knew where Kassney lived and planned to meet her face to face.

Kassner contacted police on July 1 and reported DiSanto's messages to her as threats. Police in response contacted DiSanto, who says she didn't intend the messages to be threatening.

It's not the first time a social media post has gotten DiSanto in trouble.

In 2017, a real estate firm ended its association with her after she posted a meme that said "All Lives Splatter" after a man drove a car into a group of people who were protesting against white supremacy in Virginia.



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