By: KDKA-TV News Staff
YOUNGSTOWN, Pa. (KDKA) – Police investigated what sounded like gun shots near the Westmoreland County “Trump house” last night, but determined it was most likely something else that caused the sound.READ MORE: State Rep. Ed Gainey Introduces Bill To Ban Semi-Automatic Rifles
State police say they were dispatched to Route 982 near the internationally famous “Trump house” Thursday night for noises that sounded like gunfire.
Police say their investigation led them to determine that a female got out of a silver Subaru, picked up some objects — most likely rocks — and threw them at a metal Trump sign before fleeing.
On 10/29 @ 2155 hrs PSP was dispatched to 4432 SR 982 (Near the “Trump House”) for noises that sounded like gun shots.READ MORE: Crews Respond To House Fire In Pine Township
We determined a female exited a silver Subaru picked up & threw objects, most likely rocks, at the metal Trump sign and fled.
Anyone w/ info call 724-832-3288
— Troopers Steve Limani & Cliff Greenfield (@PSPTroopAPIO) October 30, 2020
Anyone with information is asked to call 724-832-3288.MORE NEWS: Man Wanted For Deadly Shooting Of IUP Student Arrested In Altoona
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