A second person has been charged with allegedly shooting at road signs on Bloomingrove and Academy roads in Hepburn Township during the early morning hours of May 12, according to Old Lycoming Township police.
Kyle David Caffas, 23, of 89 Academy Road, Cogan Station, has been charged with disorderly conduct, criminal mischief and driving under the influence of intoxicants as a result of the incident.
Responding to the neighborhood after a caller reported hearing several gunshots, township Patrolman Jeffrey Hughes came upon a motorist whose pickup truck crossed over the double yellow line. The officer pulled over the driver.
Behind the wheel was Caffas, and Hughes said in an affidavit that he "immediately detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from the vehicle. Caffas' eyes were bloodshot and glassy." The officer spotted the barrel of a shotgun inside the vehicle. A second officer responded to the scene.
Caffas said he and his passenger, Jordan M. Grassmyer, 26, of 2465 Lycoming Creek Road, were driving around, shooting from his vehicle. Hughes said there were three handguns and a shotgun inside the vehicle. Two of the weapons were loaded.
Caffas had a blood-alcohol content level of .08, Hughes said. The driver has been sent a summons to appear before District Judge James H. Sortman.
Grassmyer has already been charged and has waived his preliminary hearing.