Bradford County, P.A. (WENY)-- A Bradford County man is facing charges after he was allegedly wandering on the roadway under the influence of narcotics before throwing a gun through a passing motorist's windshield.
On October 15th just after 7:00am, a motorist was driving on Leraysville Road in Warren Township noticed a man, later identified as 25-year-old Carl Krasavage, walking down the road. When the motorist went to drive around Krasavage, he allegedly threw a gun through the motorist's car window. The victim then drove down the road and called the police. When Pennsylvania State Police found Krasavage, they say he was hiding in a tree yelling the road was going to "blow up." Police say Krasavage then climbed out of the tree and ran away. Police eventually captured Krasavage, who told them he was under the influence of narcotics. Upon further investigation, police determined Krasavage also broke into a nearby church.
Krasavage is charged with Burglary, Propulsion of Objects, two counts of Controlled Substance, Resisting Arrest, Criminal Mischief, Disorderly Conduct, and Public Drunkenness. Krasavage is currently in the Bradford County Jail.