A Maryland man is in jail on charges that he pulled a gun on two customers at a convenience shop for snapping selfies.
In response to allegations of an armed man at a convenience store in the unit block of Grand Drive in Taneytown, a city in Carroll County, at around 5 p.m. Sunday, Maryland State Police detained Timothy Davis, 38.
According to a news release from the state police, Davis allegedly lost his cool when two customers in the queue at the business started taking selfies.
He confronted the trio in the parking lot after they had all left the store.
Davis can be seen walking towards them and drawing a gun from his belt in a customer’s footage.
Before the video ends, he then pushes the gun into the person being recorded.
After investigators visited Davis’ Taneytown residence on Monday, he was taken into custody. To appear before the District Court Commissioner, he was brought to the Carroll County Detention Facility.
Davis is accused of unruly behaviour, using a firearm while intoxicated, first- and second-degree assault, and reckless endangerment.
During his arrest, police found the gun in his home.
Throughout the altercation, neither of the customers sustained any injuries.