Police: Man argues with son, shoots gun

Christopher Dornblaser

A Red Lion man is accused of firing a gun after he argued with his son over the use of a gas burner stove during the weekend.

Norman Gary Holloway Jr., 61, of 643 S. Pine St., is charged with five counts of reckless endangerment, one count each of aggravated assault, simple assault and disorderly conduct, according to charging documents.

On Saturday, about 1 p.m., North Hopewell Township Police were sent to the 4000 block of Deer Road for a report of a domestic disturbance.  When police arrived, they met Jacob Holloway, who said his father, Norman Holloway, fired a gun either at him or somewhere close by following an argument, documents state.

Norman Holloway drove off after the incident, police say, but he was arrested shortly after.

The incident: Police say Norman Holloway stopped at the residence to drop off a child. Jacob Holloway told police the two had argued over a gas burner stove he had used that belonged to Norman Holloway, documents state.

During their argument, Norman Holloway said "I got something for you," and showed Jacob Holloway a handgun, documents state. Police say Jacob Holloway went into the home, then went back outside after hearing a single gun shot.

Norman Holloway Jr.

"What, you going to f—ing kill me?" Jacob Holloway said, according to charging documents.

The home had three children and two adults in it when Norman Holloway allegedly fired the gun.

Norman Holloway remains free on $50,000 bail.

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