HARRISBURG (AP) – A former area lawyer who pleaded guilty to threatening to kill Democrats in the U.S. Senate has been sentenced to time served and a $10,000 fine. 72-year-old Kenelm Shirk III of Lebanon pleaded guilty in March to a charge of threatening to murder a U.S. official. U.S. District Judge Jennifer Wilson took his age and health into account. Authorities said Shirk had weapons in his car when State Police arrested him near Shippensburg the day after President Biden’s inauguration in January 2021. He apologized before sentencing, saying “I am not a terrorist. I have no excuse. I should never have said what I said.”