Craig Gibson, 43, allegedly showed up uninvited, unannounced and intoxicated to a party on Sixth Street in Pitcairn at about a. Multiple witnesses at the party told Pitcairn police that Gibson showed up with his badge visible and his gun on his hip in plain view, according to the complaint.
Two men at the party asked Gibson to take off his badge and gun or put them in his car, saying they were unnecessary, police wrote. The man in question told police about this incident, as did at least two others who allegedly witnessed the incident. Gibson is charged with two counts each of making terroristic threats, simple assault, reckless endangerment and harassment, according to court records.
The chief told the TV station another department will handle the investigation and he will reserve judgment until after the investigation plays out. Megan Guza is a Tribune-Review staff writer.
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