Domestic Incident Spills to Woman's Workplace

A domestic incident spilled into a woman’s workplace when her estranged husband threatened to kill her and three other people.

Court papers say Anthony Hornung II went to the woman’s home Thursday night, argued with her, dragged her through the house by her arm and said if he can’t have her no one can. He left the house when her roommates came home, but then texted and called her, leaving threatening messages.

Later that night he showed up outside the back of the Bradford Era building, where he was threatening people. He raised a fist to the woman’s boss as if he was going to punch him, and bumped the man’s chest with his repeatedly, while threatening to kill people. When police arrived Hornung ran to Players Bar, but police caught up with him.

Hornung is charged with criminal trespass, flight to avoid apprehension, terroristic threats, disorderly conduct, simple assault and several summary offenses. He is in McKean County Jail on $50,000 bail.

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