Domestic Dispute Results in Handgun Being Drawn

MORRISDALE – Police were called to a Morrisdale residence for domestic disturbance involving a weapon.

According to Morris-Cooper Regional Police Department, when the argument between a husband and wife turned physical, the wife pulled a handgun on the husband. She then left the residence to call police.

The investigation continues, and Pennsylvania State Police assisted at the scene.

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