In Pennsylvania, Man Arrested After Threatening To Shoot-Up Polling Place

According to poll workers, the man became angry when he was told he wasn't registered to vote.

A man was arrested in South Franklin Township, Pennsylvania on Tuesday morning after he allegedly threatened to shoot up a polling place, according to local news station WXPI.

> Christopher Queen allegedly arrived at the South Franklin Fire Hall just after 8 a.m. and told workers he was promised a gun and money if he voted “straight party,” poll workers told Channel 11.

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> Poll workers say he became angry when they told him he wasn’t registered to vote and allegedly threatened to come back shooting, according to a criminal complaint.

> Queen has been charged with felony terroristic threats.

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