Two arrested after allegedly pointing gun at off-duty officer

(Photo Supplied/St Joseph County jail)
Two men have been arrested after allegedly pointed a gun at an off-duty officer. It happened earlier this month during a house party in St. Joseph County.
According to court documents, Howard Anderson and his brother, Cedric McBride were asked to leave, but the two climbed into a car and began doing donuts in the front yard.
At that point, an off-duty Goshen Police officer who was helping the homeowners with the party approached the vehicle.
ABC 57 News reports McBride pointed a rifle at him. He pushed it away, then Anderson pointed a gun at him.
Anderson then ran off into some woods, but was arrested soon after. Both face charges of pointing a firearm at another.
You can go here for the original story from ABC 57 News.

Related posts

Ban on flags at New Prairie High School sparks confusion, protest

Tom Franklin

Michiana foreclosure scam victims getting money back

95.3 MNC

Geographic living requirement proposed for South Bend employees

95.3 MNC

Leave a Comment