Jail Term For Threatening Police With Gun

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MONTROSE — A man from Susquehanna County, accused of pointing a gun at police, was sentenced to up to four years in prison.

Police said William Wayman Jr. threatened them with a gun at his home near Susquehanna in September 2013.

It happened after he said he was going to kill himself and his children.

A judge sentence Wayman to 22 months to four years in county jail. He pleaded guilty to two counts of terroristic threats in December 2013.

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