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Police: York City man threatened man, urinated on door
A York City man who is a suspect in a shots-fired incident is accused of urinating on a man's front door and threatening him, according to officials.
York City Police arrested Tyler Nathaniel Lemon, 23, on Thursday, June 14, after he allegedly challenged a man to "do something" in the 100 block of South Duke Street on June 8, according to police. Lemon then urinated on the man's front door, all while recording the incident on Facebook Live, officials said.
Police said there was an incident where shots were fired in the block about 1 p.m. June 10. Lt. Gene Fells said Friday, June 15, that Lemon is a suspect in that shots-fired incident.
Lemon is charged with terroristic threats, carrying a firearm without a license and marijuana possession.
June 8: Police say that about 11:45 p.m. June 8, Lemon was filming himself at the front steps of the home of Jahaire Wilson and Jeanitza Mayo.
Lemon, agitated, directly challenged Wilson, officials said. He made everyone inside the building come out, and Lemon then threatened to urinate on the front door, which police say he did while on video.
Lemon got into a car, displayed two handguns and challenged Wilson to "do something," charging documents state.
Fells said investigators are not sure why Lemon allegedly threatened Wilson.
Wilson, a former standout York High basketball player, was free on $5,000 unsecured bail awaiting sentencing on a series of theft charges throughout York County in 2016, according to court records. Police say he stole body armor from property owned by Southern Regional Police Chief James Boddington.
Arrest: Police say Lemon was found walking to York Hospital in the 500 block of North Pershing Avenue about 3 a.m. Thursday. He was taken into custody without incident, police said, and he was found with a concealed Smith & Wesson 9 mm firearm as well as marijuana.
Lemon was taken to the county's central booking unit for arraignment. He was sent to York County Prison in lieu of $115,000 bail. He does not have an attorney listed.
His preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 28 at District Judge Ronald Haskell's office.
— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at email@example.com or on Twitter at @YDDornblaser.