Walter Madden, 66, was sentenced to 90 days on the county Intermediate Punishment Program with house arrest and electronic monitoring after being immediately paroled.
Madden pleaded guilty to one count of misdemeanor recklessly endangering another person and summary driving on a suspended license.
Pennsylvania State Police say Madden showed up at the home of Vincent Cenkner with a rifle, intending to threaten him with it.
Cenkner was not home at the time, however, his wife and children were. Police said Cenkner’s wife reported seeing Madden holding a rifle before getting into a truck and speeding away from the scene.
As if this was not stupid enough, he then called the house and told the resident he was looking for that he was a “deadman”
Grandpa should be thrilled that he got this slap on the wrist.
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