DuBois, PA – A DuBois man has waived his right to a preliminary hearing for a case in which he’s accused of threatening an employee who wouldn’t sell him cigarettes.

36-year-old David Stonebraker is charged with terroristic threats and disorderly conduct.

Police were called out to the Dollar General on Brady Street in Sandy Township on June 4 for a report of a man who was swearing at and threatening one of the employees. The workers say that Stonebraker was upset because they could not sell him cigarettes without his ID.

Stonebraker had already left the store by the time that officers arrived, but police found him walking along Brady Street shortly afterward.

When officers tried to talk with Stonebraker, he allegedly refused to tell them his name. Police also say that he kept reaching into his pockets. Police asked him to keep his hands out of his pockets, but officers say he didn’t listen.

Stonebraker was placed into handcuffs and reportedly continued to swear at and threaten officers.

His bail was lowered from $10,000 monetary to $10,000 unsecured. There is no word yet on when his next court date will be.