Police say man threatened to shoot up polling place in Pennsylvania

SOUTH FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, PA (NBC) - A man in Pennsylvania is behind bars after threatening to shoot up a polling place.

It happened at the South Franklin Fire Hall this morning in South Franklin Township.

That's when poll workers say Christopher Queen walked in the facility telling workers he was promised a gun and money if he voted "straight party".

Workers say he became angry after being told he was not registered to vote then allegedly threatened to return to the polling place and open fire.

He is now charged with felony terroristic threats.