Grampian man facing felonies in trespassing case
Wall allegedly entered Bigler house with gun
CLEARFIELD — A Grampian man will stand trial on felony charges for walking into a Bigler Township home with a gun.
According to the affidavit, Jesse Ryan Wall, 28, entered the residence through an unlocked door on June 12.
The victim stated that she thought he was a relative until she put on her glasses. At that point, Wall was taking off his boots as he was telling their dogs to be quiet.
The victim’s spouse came out of another room to see what was happening and noticed that the man, later identified as Wall, had a handgun in a holster on his hip.
The spouse then retrieved his gun and warned Wall not to reach for his gun and to leave.
The victim said Wall just stood there until her spouse opened the front door and again told him to get out. After this, Wall put his boots back on and left the home.
Wall then walked to where he had parked a motorcycle and stood there.
He told police he didn’t remember anything after leaving a bar in Olanta until he was told to get out of the victim’s house.
Wall reportedly said he did not know where he was and that he was trying to go to Clearfield.
Wall, who is charged with criminal trespass, waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday during centralized court in Clearfield County, sending his case on to the court of common pleas.
He is free on $5,000, unsecured bail.