DELMONT, Pa. — A man in a rainbow wig was arrested in Delmont after he walked into a Dairy Queen with a loaded handgun.
According to the Delmont Borough Police Department, someone traveling south on State Route 66 called 911 to report an erratic driver. The caller said they saw the car pull into the parking lot at Dairy Queen and saw a man, dressed in a “bright yellow safety vest and a rainbow wig,” get out of the car with a gun in his hand and walk into the store.
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The responding officer arrived at the scene less than a minute later and saw the man still inside the store, police said. Several other people were also inside.
The man exited the store out of the side door and the officer approached him.
Police said the man had a loaded .40-caliber handgun in his pocket, as well as several rounds of loose ammunition.
According to police, the man said he was “undercover” and that he was “working to restore Trump to President King of the United States.” He said he was armed to “Kill Democrats and liberals” and to protect himself from “drug traffickers.”
He was taken into custody without incident.
Police searched his car and found two more loaded handguns, a 9mm and .22 caliber. All three guns and 62 rounds of ammunition were seized.
The man is facing felony charges.
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