Three Bradford Incidents Land Man in County Jail

Vulgarity-laced incidents Tuesday at Advance Auto on Elm Street and another incident early this morning at McDonald’s landed a DuBois man in McKean County Jail.

According to court records 53-year-old Patrick McGarvey became irate and kicked at glass windows at Advance Auto Tuesday morning when employees couldn’t provide him with an allen wrench so he could open the battery box on his scooter. He called one employee a "lazy, fat c***s****r," and "began going after the employees."

Police took him to the station, charged him with disorderly conduct and released him.

But, he went back to the store at just after 2 in the afternoon and, after being told he wasn’t allowed in the store, yelled and cursed at employees before leaving. He came back a few moments later and yelled, "F*** you, mother f******! I am calling the CEO of this f*****g place ..." At this point, employees walked toward the front door and McGarvey "took off. Police found him on Chestnut Street behind the Comfort Inn, and later released him to family members.

Then at around 12:45 this morning police were sent to McDonald’s, where McGarvey had been in the restroom for an extended period of time and and refused to leave. The inside of the restaurant closes at midnight. Only the drive-thru is 24 hours. McGarvey only left the restroom when police arrived. They found several garbage bags full of McGarvey’s belongings inside the restroom, and say it appeared as though he was planning to spend the night there.

He’s also charged with defiant trespass, and is jailed on a total of $5,000 bail.

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