Woman charged with making threats
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Two Maryland women were released on bail Tuesday after a local man was threatened with a gun in a dispute involving $200,000, Franklin County District Justice Larry Pentz said Wednesday.
Court records said Roxanne Duke, 35, of 11800 Piney Glenn Lane, Potomac, Md., was charged by Washington Township Police with making a terroristic threat, simple assault, carrying a firearm without a license and tampering with physical evidence.
Her companion, Staci Houser, 39, of 1415 Bradley Ave., Rockville, Md., was charged with hindering apprehension and tampering with evidence.
Duke was released on $10,000 bond and Houser on $5,000 bond, Pentz said.
According to court records, the women went to 12723 Skiway Drive shortly before 7 a.m. Tuesday to see Dale Luhn.
Court records said Luhn had asked to borrow $200,000 from Duke to buy a house. Duke found out that Luhn had withdrawn that amount from their joint checking account, according to the police report. Luhn turned the money into a cashier's check made payable to a mortgage company, court records said.