"On Oct. 3, Anderson police said the investigation would be closed and no charges filed after no criminal intent was found.
The complaint was filed Sept. 25 by Mike Gaskill, the husband of Kelly Gaskill, Reske’s opponent in the race for the District 37 seat in the Indiana House. In it, Gaskill said Reske threatened his insurance business and his family. Reske responded that Gaskill misunderstood him when he said negative campaigning would hurt everyone involved.
Gaskill said both he and his daughter, Heather, heard the conversation and that she recorded segments of the phone call on her cell phone after things turned threatening.
The phone conversation followed a series of negative advertisements aimed at Reske and paid for by the House Republican Campaign Committee.
On the left, you will find links to three segments of audio recordings of the conversation."
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