Two folks accused of taking pictures handgun, threatening folks at Massive Woody's in Bethlehem

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Police say two individuals are dealing with expenses regarding a pictures fired incident exterior of Massive Woody’s Sports activities Grill in Bethlehem. 







Authorities have been referred to as to the 2000 block of Easton Ave. late Friday simply after 11:00 p.m. for a reported disturbance, and pictures fired incident within the space of Massive Woody’s in Northampton County. 

One one that says they have been inside on the time wrote on social media that the workers had a number of folks escape out a again exit.

Arriving patrol officers says they situated and detained two people within the car parking zone of the sports activities grill.

The accused are recognized as Brian Saffarally, 36 and Judith Saffarally, 35, each of the 400 block of N. 2nd St. in Lehighton. 

An investigation revealed that through the course of a disturbance each inside and outdoors of the restaurant, Brian Saffarally was in possession of a handgun and fired a minimum of one spherical, police report.

Officers proceed to say the fired shot hit the entrance window of the enterprise, and that Brian Saffarally threatened prospects contained in the enterprise with the firearm.

The investigation additionally decided that Judith Saffarally was in possession of the identical handgun at one level, fired a minimum of one spherical from the firearm, and threatened prospects contained in the enterprise with the firearm as effectively.

The firearm was recovered on the scene by police.

There have been no accidents reported from the discharge of the firearm.

Brian Saffarally is charged with discharge of a firearm into an occupied construction, terroristic threats, legal mischief, firearms to not be carried with out a license, and recklessly endangering one other individual. 

Judith Saffarally is charged with terroristic threats, recklessly endangering one other individual, and disorderly conduct. 

Each people are anticipated to be preliminarily arraigned on Saturday. 

The investigation is ongoing. 

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