Montrose Man Charged With Attempted Homicide After Shooting At Ex-girlfriend
A Montrose man faces attempted homicide charges after chasing his ex-girlfriend in a car and shooting at her, police said.
Timothy Alexander Graf, 31, 84 Public Ave., Montrose, was arrested on Nov. 30, a day after police said he pursued his ex, Rebecca Warren through Susquehanna County, ending the chase at the state police barracks at Gibson, when she pulled in and he fled.
On Nov. 29, Warren called police at 7:52 p.m. to report a white vehicle was following her on State Route 706. Before reaching the intersection with Wagner Road in New Milford Twp., Warren heard a loud pop, and her rear window exploded, police said.
A chase continued, reaching speeds over 100 mph, and ended at the police barracks.
Warren told police that she believed it was her Graf, her ex-boyfriend, who chased and shot at her.
She and Graf have two children together and she had an active PFA against him.
On two occasions before the incident, he shouted profanities at her. And, earlier in the week, Warren received a threatening email from Graf, police said.
Police learned that Graf was working as a flagger at a construction zone, where he was subsequently questioned and arrested on a PFA violation.
While in custody, police found .22 caliber bullets in Graf’s pocket. After serving a search warrant, police found a Winchester Model 69 .22 caliber rifle and an empty casing from a .22 caliber round in Graf’s vehicle, police said.
Graf was arraigned on attempted homicide and related charges. He was taken to Susquehanna County Prison on $100,000 bail.A preliminary hearing is set for 10 a.m. on Jan. 7. .
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