Police: Man pointed gun at three in Newberry Twp.

Christopher Dornblaser

A Cumberland County man is accused of pointing a gun at three people in Newberry Township late last month, according to charging documents.

Justin Thomas Heckert, 21, of 821 Erford Road, Camp Hill, is facing three counts each of aggravated assault, simple assault, reckless endangerment, terroristic threats and harassment, according to court documents.

Newberry Township Police say Heckert pointed a gun at three people while outside a home in the first block of Mall Road.

Allegations: About 2 a.m. Jan. 29, police were sent to the home where Heckert allegedly pointed the gun, according to charging documents.

The caller, Alexander Beckley, told police Heckert pulled a gun on him, Morgan Carmichael and Sabrina Steckley, police said.

Beckley told police he saw Heckert and Taylor Steckley swinging in the car "as if they were fighting," charging documents allege.

Carmichael told police that she went out to get Taylor Steckley out of the car and to talk reasonably to Heckert, according to court documents. She said Heckert wouldn't let Taylor Steckley out of the car, and that Taylor Steckley kept quiet, documents state.

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Heckert swung at Carmichael and Beckley, documents state. He allegedly hit Carmichael in the left side of her face, police said.

"Morgan then said that Justin ran over and got a gun out of his car and said he was going to shoot them," documents state.

Beckley, Carmichael and Sabrina Steckley ran inside, according to police.

Police say Heckert left with Taylor Steckley to an unknown address in Cumberland County.

The charges were filed Tuesday, and as of Thursday, Heckert had not been arrested, according to court records.

— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at cdornblaser@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @YDDornblaser.