A man who was not registered to vote threatened to shoot up a polling location on Tuesday.
Police arrested Christopher Queen after he allegedly told poll workers in Washington County, Pennsylvania, that he was “promised a gun and money if he voted ‘straight party,’” according to WPXI News.
Once workers informed Queen that he was not registered to vote he threatened to come back “shooting.”
He has been charged with terroristic threats and disorderly conduct.
BREAKING: Man arrested for threatening to shoot up a Washington County polling place. Witnesses told me an elderly poll worker was shaking uncontrollably after he left.
State police just caught the suspect, I’ll have more details shortly.
— Cara Sapida (@WPXICara) November 6, 2018