Hearing set for alleged attack

TYRONE – A Tyrone man is due in court today to face charges he threatened a woman with at least three weapons.

Adam L. Henninger, 37, of 164 Potts Lane, allegedly got into an argument with the woman over her jealousy of his ex-girlfriend on July 10 at a home on the 200 block of gates Hill Drive in Snyder Township, according to state police.

When Henninger allegedly asked her what she would do and suggested he thought she would take his motorcycle and truck, she allegedly said she would if she wanted, police said.

Henninger allegedly ran upstairs and returned with a shotgun and a police baton in one hand and a machete in the other. Police said the woman said Henninger he would kill her before he allowed her to take the motorcycle and truck and pointed the machete at her shoulder. According to Henninger’s arrest papers, Henninger then pushed the woman several times and grabbed her before retreating upstairs.

Henninger was arraigned Thursday by Magisterial District Judge Fred Miller on terroristic threats, simple assault and harassment charges. Henninger posted 10 percent of $7,500 bail and is due to appear before Miller today for a preliminary hearing on the charges.