Fugitive Shawn Christy Believed to be Armed and Dangerous in Drums Area: U.S. Marshals

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BUTLER TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Authorities are searching for a man from our area who's wanted by federal authorities for allegedly threatening the president.

Shawn Christy from McAdoo is accused of making online threats against President Donald Trump.

U.S. Marshals confirm Christy broke into a home on Klinger Road in Drums Wednesday evening and stole three semiautomatic handguns. The home belongs to a relative, and Marshals think that's how he knew there were guns there.

No one was home at the time of the break-in.

Inside the home, Marshals found hair clippings. They believe Christy is now clean-shaven. They believe he is on foot.

Marshals searched the area, but did not find him.

Marshals consider Christy to be extremely dangerous. They urge people in the Drums area to lock their doors.


  • Jeff Woehrle

    The behavior of individuals like this can be put squarely at the feet of democrat Maxine Waters. She has openly called for the public to harass and confront President Trump and his family wherever they are seen.

    Will someone need to be murdered before democrats finally admit they lost?

    • Silverfish Imperetrix

      Although Waters’ call for harassment of Trump administrators and supporters was right in character with democrat thinking, last year’s shooting of Representative Steve Scalise didn’t need any prompting. It’s the way people who vote democrat are – bullies, thugs, and mob participants.

      • Jeff Woehrle

        Agree. They appear to be not that good at thinking for themselves.

        And when they do, it’s usually the wrong thoughts…

  • Chris Thorne

    Seems like he’d really only be a threat to authorities and that orange idiot calling itself president. And maybe schlump supporters. I think the general population is safe from this hottie.

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