Workplace Shooting In Pennsylvania Leaves No One Injured
No injuries after a workplace shooting in Pennsylvania. State Police in Gibson say they responded at 9:15 this morning to a report of a man shooting inside the Twin River Poly building in Oakland Township. Upon arriving, officers say they saw 65-year-old Oswin Clark of Susquehanna, Pennsylvania outside the building, and he admitted to arguing with a co-worker over alcohol. But said he never had a gun. Police say a further interview at their barracks resulted in Clark admitting to the shooting. Police say they found three live .45 caliber rounds at the scene of the argument. Clark faces charges of terroristic threats and simple assault.