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ST. THOMAS TOWNSHIP — Four members of the Pagan’s Outlaw Motorcycle Gang are free on bail after being arrested and charged with making terroristic threats and other offenses last weekend.

Pennsylvania State Police filed the charges Sunday against Daniel Bryan Gentry, 41, of Waynesboro, Jeffrey Michael Tenant, 45, of Gap, Frank Richard Bleacher, 61, of Lancaster, and Troy Allen Farner, 48, of Shippensburg.

The charges stem from an incident on Sunday afternoon when the men allegedly made multiple threats against a local man and his family while at a convenience store on Lincoln Way West, according to charging documents in the case.

The threats were made both inside and outside the store, police said in court documents.

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Police were at the victim’s home taking a report when the four suspects pulled up in a pickup truck. The victim identified them as the individuals who threatened to come to his home and harm him and his family.

During a search of the men, police said they found a metal smoking device on Farner and a similar pipe along with a small amount of suspected meth on Gentry.

A search of Tennant turned up a firearm, a Rossi 357 Magnum revolver found in his pants pocket, police said.

All four men were charged with making terroristic threats, a first-degree misdemeanor, and disorderly conduct a third-degree misdemeanor.

Gentry was also charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors. Farner was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Tennant was charged with carrying a firearm without a concealed carry permit, a third-degree felony.

All four men were arraigned on the various charges early Monday morning by Magisterial District Glenn Manns. They posted $25,000 bail through a bail bond service and were released.

Their preliminary hearings are set for Tuesday, July 16, in Franklin County Central Court.

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