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Man arrested after fight at Idaho haunted house over Trump

Police responded to a report last Friday that a man pulled out a gun and threatened people at Haunted World in Caldwell.
Police responded to a report last Friday that a man pulled out a gun and threatened people at Haunted World in Caldwell.  (Image from MGN - Copyright: Pixabay)
Police responded to a report last Friday that a man pulled out a gun and threatened people at Haunted World in Caldwell. (Image from MGN - Copyright: Pixabay)(KWQC)
Published: Oct. 16, 2020 at 4:30 PM MDT
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(AP) - Authorities in Idaho have charged a Boise man with assault after police say he drunkenly pulled a handgun on teens last weekend because they said they didn’t like President Donald Trump.

The Idaho Statesman reported Thursday that 37-year-old Joshua Lockner was arrested on six felony counts of aggravated assault and one misdemeanor count of carrying a concealed weapon under the influence.

Police responded to a report last Friday that a man pulled out a gun and threatened people at Haunted World in Caldwell.

Canyon County sheriff’s deputies said they obtained a handgun and arrested Lockner. He was released after posting bond.

His attorney says Lockner felt threatened and was defending himself.

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