Shocking moment a man pulls a gun on a couple taking selfies at a Maryland convenience store
Timothy Davis, 38, was arrested after allegedly pulling a gun on two people police say Davis became angry at customers taking selfies in line at the store.Video shows Davis charging at them with a gun.
A Maryland man has landed himself behind bars after he pulled a gun on a couple who were taking selfies at a convenience store.
Timothy Davis, 38, was in line at Kenny’s Market on Grand Drive in Taneytown, a town in Carroll County, around 5 p.m. Sunday when he became enraged by snapping photos of customers in front of him, Maryland State Police said in a news release.
When the customers, Danielle White and Walter Parrish, left the store, they were followed by Davis who confronted them in the parking lot, police said.
Video recorded by White and later posted on Facebook shows Davis pulling a gun from his waistband and shoving them in the face. No one was injured.
Maryland State Police arrested 38-year-old Timothy Davis after he became enraged and pulled a gun on two customers who were taking selfies in line in front of him at a convenience store.
Video taken by a customer shows Davis pulling a gun from his waistband and shoving it in their face before it goes off. No one was injured
White told Newstimesuk.com that she was taking a Snapchat selfie with her boyfriend in the check-out line at Kenny’s Market in Tunnytown when the horrific incident happened.
‘My boyfriend and I were messing around with Snapchat filters – it wasn’t that serious,’ she said.
White posted video of what happened when the man she described as an ‘unsettled thug’ followed them into the parking lot.
‘This thug thought we were taking his picture, started calling me ab***h,’ he wrote. ‘Then when we left the shop, he thought he should pull out a gun and point it at my head and grab my arm. Real winners, police were called, charges were laid.’
At that point the recording stopped abruptly. White said they called police who responded to the scene, but Davis wasn’t arrested until the next day at his Taneytown home.
No shots were fired and no one was injured. But White told Newstimesuk.com that it was an intimidating interaction.
‘He was released without bond which is scary,’ he added.
Danielle White and Walter Parrish were at Kenny’s Market in Taneytown, Maryland, taking Snapchat selfies in the check-out line when the scary incident happened.
White said the man he described as an ‘unsettled thug’ followed them into the parking lot
Police obtained a search warrant for Davis’ residence and responded to his home the next day where a gun was recovered during his arrest.
Davis was arrested and charged with first- and second-degree assault, disorderly conduct, use of a firearm and reckless endangerment.
Police obtained a search warrant for Davis’ residence, and responded to his home the next day where a gun was recovered during his arrest, according to the press release.
He was taken to the Carroll County Detention Center and charged with first- and second-degree assault, disorderly conduct, use of a firearm and reckless endangerment.
An active investigation is underway by the Maryland State Police Western Criminal Enforcement Division.
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