Bradford Man Charged After Domestic Incident

A Bradford man is facing a couple of charges following what started as a domestic incident early Sunday morning in Derrick City.

35-year-old Neil Burrs is charged with misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct and recklessly endangering another person following the incident that had Foster and Bradford township police as well as Bradford City Police responding.

As Foster Township police were on their way to the house, a neighbor called the McKean County 911 Center to report that he’d heard seven shots from the garage area. Police later found five spent 9mm casings on the back porch, according to papers sent to WESB by District Judge Rich Luther’s office.

While searching the house, police found Burrs’ child sleeping in one of the bedrooms, 36-year-old Jayson Foster in another bedroom, and some suspected marijuana on the floor.

Burrs is free on unsecured bail and is scheduled to appear in McKean County Central Court on Thursday.

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