A Baldwin Street resident was charged Aug. 18 after police found drugs in his apartment, then received a report that he was threatening neighbors in the building.
Bridgeville police responded to the 600 block of Baldwin Street just before 8 p.m. after someone called to report that an apartment door was open. The caller told police this was unusual.
Police investigated and found a man in the apartment who did not live there and could not give the name of the renter. Police saw a set of brass knuckles, a small amount of marijuana, an electronic scale and a marijuana pipe in the apartment.
According to the police report, the renter—identified as Guy C. Yoho—then arrived, admitted the items belonged to him and told police the other man had permission to be in the apartment.
Yoho was charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of prohibited offensive weapons.
Police were called back to the building at 8:50 p.m. on the same evening for reports that Yoho said he would "beat up" whoever called the police. Yoho then played his stereo loudly in an apparent attempt to bother the person he suspected of calling the police, according to the report.
Yoho was charged with disorderly conduct for the behavior.