A Montgomery Township man is still awaiting a preliminary hearing on charges that he made terroristic threats and caused a public inconvenience at 7-Eleven at Horsham and North Wales roads.
According to The Reporter, David Daniel Robison Sr., 64, of the 200 block of Hawthorne Circle, had charges held over to court at an Oct. 16 preliminary hearing.
Robison is facing misdemeanor counts of terroristic threats causing serious public inconvenience, harassment with threatening language, disorderly conduct and summary harassment, according to court records.
A hearing was set for Sept. 27, then continued to Oct. 15. Now, it has been continued to February 14, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. before Judge Andrea Duffy in Montgomeryville.
According to the article, Robison allegedly brandished a gun and threatened to kill himself inside the 7-Eleven on Sept. 17 at around 5:50 p.m.
Witnesses told Montgomery Township Police that Robison had been confrontational and allegedly threatened and shoved another person, according to the article. Robison then removed an object from his car and allegedly threatened to kill himself, according to the article.
Robison was arraigned Sept. 17 before District Judge Albert Augustine of Skippack, and bail was set at $2,500 unsecured.