Man accused of waiving gun at school bus stop in Lancaster County

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Bryan Bridges

WASHINGTON BOROUGH, Pa.–A man is facing charges after police said he waived a gun at bus stop in Lancaster County earlier this month.

Authorities charged 22-year-old Bryan S. Bridges, of Washington Borough, with disorderly conduct for an incident that occurred at a bus stop on Dec. 7.

Bridges is accused of waving a gun at the bus stop located along Charlestown Road near Water Street in Washington Borough.

Investigators asked Bridges to stop, but he went back to the bus stop and pointed his finger at students, according to police reports. The incident caused alarm to the students and bus driver, authorities said.

For safety reasons, the school district changed the bus stops location.

Bridges was arraigned on Dec. 10 and released on $5,000 unsecured bail.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 30.

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