Bradford Accused of Threatening Employees at
Tasta Pizza, Police Officer

A Bradford man is accused of making threats to employees at Tasta Pizza in a dispute over an order, and charging at a police officer who tried to arrest him.

44-year-old Gerard Young called the restaurant at least 37 times and yelled and swore at the person who answered the phone, according to court papers. This also prevented them from taking orders over the phone.

When police tried to arrest Young, he struggled, screamed and swore, and then charged at an officer, with his hand moving toward the officer’s face.

Young was sent to McKean County Jail on $10,000 bail. He is scheduled to appear in Central Court on April 10.

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