A man in Washington County, Pennsylvania, was arrested Tuesday after threatening to open fire in a polling place. The man,…
A man in Washington County, Pennsylvania, was arrested Tuesday after threatening to open fire in a polling place.
The man, identified by WPXI reporter Cara Sapida as Christopher Queen, claimed a worker at one of the South Franklin Fire Hall designated for the Pennsylvania County to promise a gun and money to vote for “straight party”. Sapida added that the queen was angry when he was told that he was not registered to vote and the witnesses said that a poll was “shaken uncontrollably” after leaving. “
” He said he would have a gun and shoot everyone and then he would come to the election, “said Washington County Director of Elections Larry Spahr [1
9659004] Pittsburgh Post-Gazette .” As a result, the sheriff came down and said, “Get it door locked, do not answer it as you do not know. “”
He was later responsible for making threats and alleged behavior allegedly threatening to “get a gun and then return and” postpone “the ward hall, according to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
On Tuesday, Americans were waiting nationwide for voting in order to cast their votes in the middle of the election. Before the election day, it was estimated that over 31 million votes were from Saturday during early voting.
This is a developing story and will be updated when more information becomes available.