WASHINGTON, Pa. -- A man has been arrested on charges that he threatened to shoot workers at a western Pennsylvania polling place.
Forty-eight-year-old Christopher Thomas Queen of Claysville is charged with terroristic threats and disorderly conduct.
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Melanie Ostrander, Washington County's assistant elections director, said he came to the South Franklin Volunteer Fire Department in South Franklin Township at about 9 a.m. Tuesday but became irate when he was told he wasn't registered to vote.
Ostrander said the man allegedly "became upset, told the poll workers he was going to go get a gun and come back and shoot them."
Court documents don't list an attorney for Queen and a phone number listed in his name rang unanswered before disconnecting Tuesday.
Pennsylvania man accused of threatening to shoot up polling place