Williamsport, Pa. — South Williamsport Law enforcement officials mentioned they pursued a automobile because it left the parking zone of the Moose Lodge after a name for a disturbance was positioned.
Authorities recognized the driving force as David Michael Harding, 56, of Williamsport after they ran the automobile’s registration. Based on the report, officers may detect the odor of alcohol as they approached the automobile.
Harding was taken into custody after police mentioned he failed a sobriety check. He was ultimately launched after being taken to the hospital for analysis.
Harding was suspected of inflicting harm on the Moose Lodge and threatening a member. The caller allegedly advised police Harding was contained in the institution throwing tables and making an attempt to struggle.
After being launched from the hospital, Harding allegedly referred to as the particular person he tried to struggle and threatened them a number of occasions. Based on an affidavit, in the course of the dialog, Harding advised the person “I’m going to make you’re feeling ache. I’m going to kill your grand youngsters.”
Harding was charged with third-degree felony terroristic threats, third-degree misdemeanor harassment, and DUI. Court docket data present Harding posted $25,000 unsecured bail after a preliminary arraignment with Decide Gary Whiteman. Harding will face Whiteman once more on March 28 for a preliminary listening to on the fees.