VIDEO: Man arrested for threatening to shoot up polling location
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A 48-year-old Pennsylvania man was arrested and charged Tuesday with threatening to shoot election officials at a Washington County voting location after he was told that he was not registered to vote.
Christopher Thomas Queen of Claysville, Pa., was charged with making terroristic threats and disorderly conduct, according to The Associated Press.
The article goes on to state the following:
Queen “became upset, told the poll workers he was going to go get a gun and come back and shoot them,” Melanie Ostrander, Washington County’s assistant elections director, told the AP.
The incident reportedly occurred at the Franklin Volunteer Fire Department in the township of South Franklin.
— Jim Madalinsky (@JimWTAE) November 6, 2018
Christopher T. Queen threatened to “shoot everybody” at a polling place in Washington County after poll workers told him he could not vote because he was not registered. https://t.co/da5r2RCQCD
— Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (@PittsburghPG) November 6, 2018
Poll workers told Christopher Queen he was not registered to vote, and he allegedly became angry and said he was going to come back with a gun and “shoot up” the polling place, police reported. https://t.co/s7IFu30vq1
— TribLIVE.com (@TribLIVE) November 6, 2018
Christopher Thomas Queen, 48, charged with terroristic threats and disorderly conduct after he threatened to shoot workers at a Washington County PA polling place.
— Josey (@JoseyRider) November 6, 2018
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