HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania prosecutors aren’t filing charges after a Republican state senator running for governor grabbed a camera from a man working for a liberal opposition group.
The attorney general’s announcement Tuesday ends an investigation into the May 2 incident involving Sen. Scott Wagner at the Country Club of York.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Man Says He's Experiencing Ringing In Ears After Getting COVID-19 Booster Shot
State prosecutor Michelle Henry says in a written statement that Wagner and videographer Chris Van Leeuwen both acted inappropriately and that Wagner “should have maintained proper civil discourse and controlled his anger.”
Van Leeuwen taped the confrontation and posted it on the site of his employer, American Bridge 21st Century.READ MORE: As Shopping Malls Lose Their Anchor Tenants, Casinos May Prove To Be A Perfect Substitute
Wagner claimed Van Leeuwen had no business filming him at the event.
Wagner didn’t immediately return messages seeking comment.Officials Remind Parents To Keep Their Guns Secured To Avoid Tragedy
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