A Bradford County teenager is accused of trying to terrorize his ex-girlfriend at the First Citizens Community Bank in Wells Township, where she worked.

Pennsylvania State Police say the 19 year old boy is accused of locking the bank manager in her office at 9:53 a.m. May 27, demanding information about the ex-girlfriend.

The manager got the boy out of the bank and put the business on lockdown.

Troopers say the teen then got into his ex’s vehicle and planted drugs and photos of them kissing.

The 19 year old from Troy was intercepted leaving the scene in a pickup truck and Troopers say he showed signs of drug impairment.

He’s charged with stalking, terroristic threats, driving under the influence, drug possession and menacing.

The boy was sent to the Bradford County Jail on $75,000 bail.


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