Injuries reported in shooting at Pennsylvania judge’s office
MASONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — At least four people have been injured in a shooting outside of a judge’s office in Pennsylvania.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports a 911 dispatcher said the shooting happened about 2 p.m. Wednesday at the office of District Judge Daniel Shimshock in Masontown, about 60 miles south of Pittsburgh.
The dispatcher said multiple medical helicopters had been sent to the office and state police and other departments were also responding.
David Kaiser, an attorney who was at the judge’s office when the shooting happened, said he heard an argument outside the judge’s office preceding the shooting.
Messages left with police and county officials were not immediately returned Wednesday.