Man charged for waving gun, police say

SHARPSVILLE — An 18-year-old Sharpsville man faces charges after a domestic dispute Friday afternoon at his home.

Anthony Michael Munger, 18, of 314 Ridge Ave., was charged with four counts each of aggravated assault, terroristic threats and simple assault, eight counts of harassment, five counts of disorderly conduct and possession of a small amount of marijuana.

Police were called to the home at 3:36 p.m. because Munger had waved a gun and threatened to kill people inside during an argument, police said. There were three adults and a 16-year-old there, police said, and no one was hurt.

Munger was arraigned by District Judge James E. McMahon and taken to Mercer County Jail after failing to post bond. He is scheduled for a preliminary hearing Thursday.

Federal funds available for local agencies

MERCER COUNTY — The Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program has awarded $67,090 in federal funds to Mercer County to supplement area emergency food and shelter programs.

A local board will determine how the money will distributed among local emergency food and shelter programs.

Agencies can apply for funds until March 13. For more information or an application contact the Community Food Warehouse at 724-981-0353. 

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