By Amy Wadas

PULASKI TOWNSHIP (KDKA)- Two gas company workers were threatened while on the job in Lawrence County.

The Pulaski Township Police Chief says that the disgruntled homeowner was upset about a possible gas well going in across from his home.

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He lives in the 5000-block of Old Pulaski Road in Pulaski Township.

The homeowner reportedly told the two survey workers he had a gun and wasn’t afraid to use it. He then went into his backyard and fired five gunshots. Police say the man had a target board in his backyard, so it’s most likely the shots were not fired at the survey workers.

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So far no charges have been filed.

There are no gas wells in that area yet, but there were pink flags up marking off areas in a farm field.

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