Police: Man urinating on home pulled gun
From Mirror staff reports
EAST FREEDOM – A man who stopped to urinate on a Freedom Township mobile home pulled a gun on a neighbor who shouted at him, police said Wednesday.
Freedom Township Police Chief Terry Dellinger said the man, who has not yet been charged, was attempting to relieve himself about 10:30 a.m. on a home at the Blair Mobile Home Park when a neighbor told him to stop.
The two began arguing. The neighbor brandished a wooden board, prompting the man to reveal a handgun, Dellinger said.
The man eventually left the area, Dellinger said. Both the man and the neighbor called 911 after the incident.
Greenfield Township police stopped the suspect and then released him pending a citation, police said. He will not be charged for drawing the handgun, Dellinger said, but likely will be cited for urinating on the house.
The man set to be cited has not been identified. Dellinger said he doesn’t live in the mobile home park.