DUBOIS – Charges have been filed against a Clearfield man who allegedly shot an AK- 47 from the window of a moving truck.
Cody Cameron Graham, 25, was charged by state police with recklessly endangering another person, propulsion of missiles onto roadways, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct, all misdemeanors, and a summary count of restrictions on alcoholic beverages.
The charges stem from an incident on May 19 in the area of the Rockton Mountain Highway as he traveled west on U.S. Route 322. The incident was posted on social media.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, state police were told by a Lawrence Township police officer that a video of Graham firing an AK-47 through an open window of a moving vehicle was posted by Graham on his Snapchat story.
In the video, you can allegedly see the barrel of the weapon firing multiple rounds in the direction of the woods and street signs.
Graham can reportedly be heard saying “Here folks is an AK-47, 7.62. Shooting out the truck window and here’s a big sign.”
After he found more bullets in the truck, he loaded them into the gun, police said.
Graham’s face is reportedly seen in the video, as he as complains about a problem with his phone.
He then commented that he saw a cop car and didn’t think the cops would want him shooting an AK-47 out of the window of a V8 Ranger, according to the report.
Graham’s preliminary hearing is scheduled for Aug. 24 at 9:30 a.m. at centralized court at District Judge Patrick Ford’s office in DuBois.