CRESSON – An Ebensburg guy who police say claimed to be the owner of specialist football’s Dallas Cowboys faces criminal charges, accused of threatening a condition trooper who uncovered him walking about in quick sleeves in 15-diploma temperatures, authorities stated.
Point out police in Ebensburg charged John Enos Silbaugh II, 47, of the 400 block of West Horner Road, with disorderly perform, phony identification to legislation enforcement and restriction on use of highways.
According to a criminal grievance, troopers stated they uncovered Silbaugh all-around 10 a.m. Saturday together U.S. Route 22 in Cresson Township wearing a quick-sleeve polo shirt.
Troopers stated they were anxious about the man’s protection because he appeared to be very cold with a runny nose, walking about in 15-diploma temperatures.
Silbaugh allegedly turned agitated when questioned and stated that his name was Jerry Jones and “I’m the owner of the Dallas Cowboys,” the grievance stated.
Silbaugh allegedly threatened to assault a trooper.
Police from Cresson Borough and Cresson Township arrived and Silbaugh was taken into custody.
Silbaugh was arraigned by on-phone District Choose Rick Varner, of Salix, and launched on $10,000 unsecured bond.
Silbaugh was sentenced to 12 months in Cambria County Prison in July 2017 after pleading guilty to straightforward assault, on the web court docket information demonstrate. He also was requested to seek out psychological-overall health remedy.
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