Sixty-three-year-old Carlos Bayon, from Grand Island, is accused of leaving threatening voicemails for two Congressmen.

A Western New York man has been arrested and charged for allegedly threatening two members of Congress.

Sixty-three-year-old Carlos Bayon, from Grand Island, is accused of leaving threatening voicemails for two Congressmen -- one from Louisiana and one from Washington State.

Prosecutors say he left the following threatening voicemail for the two men on June 30.

“Hey listen, this message is for you and the people that sent you there. You are taking ours, we are taking yours. Anytime, anywhere. We know where they are. We are not going to feed them sandwiches, we are going to feed them lead. Make no mistake you will pay. Ojo por ojo, diente por diente (This is Spanish for “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth”). That is our law and we are the majority. Have a good day.”

The charge carries a maximum penalty of five years in a sentence, a $250,000 fine, or both.