A man has been charged in connection with an incident where someone reportedly carried a gun into the workplace, according to the York Police Department.
Kenneth Calvin Osborne has been charged with assault and battery, unlawful carrying of a weapon and pointing and presenting a firearm.
York police responded Thursday night to a report of a man with a gun at a business on Railroad Avenue at around 11:11 p.m., Police Chief Andy Robinson said. Robinson said the manager told officers Osborne, an employee, got in an argument with another employee. One employee then went to his car and brought a handgun inside. The manager said he called the police.
Osborne left the business in a white sedan.
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York police went to Osborne’s house, where they saw him run away, Robinson said. York police called K-9 units in and Osborne was taken into custody about two and a half hours later.