PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A woman that threatened to kill volunteer firefighters is now facing charges.READ MORE: Karli Short Remembered As Someone With A 'Beautiful Smile That Lit Up A Room'
Police say that the woman first stopped at the Berkeley Hills Volunteer Fire Departement on Siebert Road in Ross Township where she is alleged to have called the firefighters “arsonists” and threatened to kill them.
Ross Township Police say that they are considering charging the woman with making terroristic threats.
Firefighters at the Berkeley Hills Fire Department confirmed the event, but declined to comment.READ MORE: CDC Advisory Panel Recommends Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shots For Millions Of Americans
The woman then headed to the Bauerstown Fire Station in Shaler where she made more threats. This is where Shaler Police arrested the woman.
Authorities say they will charge the woman with harassment and disorderly conduct.
Bauerstown Firefighters declined to comment.MORE NEWS: City Of Pittsburgh Releases 50-Year Plan For Transportation
The identity of the woman has yet to be released.