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WASHINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) — A man allegedly threatened to “shoot up” a polling place in Washington County on Tuesday morning.

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It happened at the South Franklin Volunteer Fire Department social hall on Jolley School Road in South Franklin Township just after 8 a.m.

(Source: Washington County Jail)

According to a criminal complaint, 48-year-old Christopher Thomas Queen, of Claysville, came into the social hall to vote but was told he was not registered to vote in that area.

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Queen then allegedly became angry, said he was going to get a gun and “shoot up” the polling place, and then quickly left.

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The criminal complaint says Queen was located and taken into custody on Old Scales Road.

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Queen is facing charges of terroristic threats and disorderly conduct.