PORTER TWP. – Tpr. Katherine Berggren reports a 48-year-old New Bethlehem man faces numerous charges, including attempted homicide, after he allegedly fired a gun in the direction of a 45-year-old South Fork woman and an 11-year-old girl, also from South Fork.
The complete list of charges against Tobias Wade Allen was not immediately available Monday morning.
According to a state police report, the 45-year-old victim arrived at Allen’s residence to pick up the 11-year-old female.
Allen allegedly became angry and began shouting at the woman. The woman and the girl attempted to leave the location in the victim’s vehicle.
Allen allegedly discharged a firearm he was carrying in the direction of the vehicle, causing damage to the vehicle.
Allen allegedly barricaded himself in his residence which led to a Special Emergency Response Team call-out. Allen was taken into custody without further incident.
During the course of the investigation, it was determined Allen is a person who is not allowed to possess firearms.
Allen was arraigned by District Judge Jeff Miller and placed in the Clarion County Jail.
An update will be published when information becomes available.