Father RICHARD HAROLD HORN, JR. is charged with terroristic threats, reckless endangerment, and harrassment after pointing a gun at his son's head.
Man charged with pointing a gun at his son's head
June 16, 2009
MOORE TOWNSHIP - A man faces child endangerment charges after police said he held a gun to his son's head Saturday afternoon.
In addition to child endangerment, Richard Harold Horn Jr., 46, of 2298 W. Best Road, Moore Township, is charged with terroristic threats, reckless endangerment and harassment.
He was arraigned Saturday before District Judge William Zaun and is in Northampton County Prison under $6,500 bail.
According to court records: At 5 p.m., Moore Township police were called to a home at 886 Point Phillips Road for a report of a threat. They spoke with Dylan Horn, no age provided, who told police his father was intoxicated and threatened him. Dylan Horn said he was at the house on W. Best Road when his father was arguing with his girlfriend, Tammy Beers. Dylan Horn said his father came into his room holding the gun and pointed it at his head. Dylan Horn said he then left the house and called police.