MORRISDALE, Pa. (AP) – A central Pennsylvania man has been cited for disorderly conduct because police say he endangered himself by punching passing cars after he became drunk and angry.

A woman who answered the residential phone of Douglas Dale Twoey Jr. on Tuesday says he won’t be commenting on the charge filed Saturday night by state troopers from Clearfield.

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Police say the 28-year-old Osceola Mills man ran onto Morrisdale-Allport Highway in Morris Township and “attempted to strike several vehicles with his fist.”

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In doing so, Twoey was nearly struck by several of those vehicles.

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