Aug 4, 2020 |
CNN – A Pennsylvania man is facing charges of attempted criminal homicide after he allegedly shot at an employee of a cigar shop who asked him to wear a mask.
Adam Michael Zaborowski, 35, entered Cigars international in Bethlehem Township Friday morning without a face covering, according to a probable cause affidavit, despite a statewide mandate by Gov. Tom Wolf requiring masks be worn in businesses.
Staff at the shop told Zaborowski that he needed to wear a mask inside the store or could have his order taken curbside, according to the affidavit.
“Zaborowski became irate, grabbed two cigars from a shelf and exited without paying,” the affidavit says.
Adam Zaborowski, 35, was arrested on attempted murder charges for firing shots at a cigar shop employee who asked him to wear a mask.
According to the affidavit, a store employee followed him to the parking lot to retrieve the merchandise. Zaborowski fired a gun in the air before firing two rounds at the employee. A patron was sitting behind the employee as the rounds were fired. Zaborowski fled in a blue Dodge Dakota pick-up truck.
He was arrested the following day after engaging in a shootout with Pennsylvania State Police and Slatington Borough Police … Read more.