Skip to content
July 16, 2019

Pennsylvania man threatened to ‘shoot up’ polling place when he learned he wasn’t registered to vote

November 7, 2018
Christopher Thomas Queen, 48, allegedly threatened to shoot polling place workers in Pennsylvania. (Washington County Jail)

Election Day anxiety got the best of one hopeful voter.

A Pennsylvania man threatened to “shoot up” a polling place in Washington County, Pa., according to CBS Pittsburgh.

Christopher Thomas Queen, 48, presented himself at the South Franklin Volunteer Fire Department Tuesday morning, and became enraged when poll workers told him he wasn’t registered to vote in the area.

He said he was going to get a gun and “shoot up” the polling place, before quickly leaving, according to a criminal complaint, CBS Pittsburgh reported.

Queen was located nearby and was taken into custody.

He faces charges of terroristic threats and disorderly conduct.

Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf is facing off against Republican Sen. Scott Wagner in Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial race.

Wagner came under fire last month when he appeared in a video vowing to “stomp all over” Wolf’s face with “golf spikes.”

Facebook Comments
Download Nulled WordPress Themes
Premium WordPress Themes Download
Download Premium WordPress Themes Free
Download WordPress Themes Free
free download udemy course