News reports suggest that on Saturday, a Maryland man got accused for firing a shotgun at a passing truck that had Trump’s campaign sign on it, which honked at him while the man was installing a Black Lives Matter sign.
The 50 year old Douglas Kuhn was then arrested and charged with assault over the alleged shooting which happened outside his Kingsville home at around 2:30 P.M., informed the authorities.
Trump supporters Neal Houk and his son, Bradley Lang who were the owners of the truck and were seated inside were not hit by the gunfire. They say that they meant no harm to the man when they honked at him while he was installing the sign at his property.
Land said, “It’s Kingsville, it’s a friendly area. Everyone honks at each other. We think we were hoping there could be some civility between people who support different candidates.” To this statement Lang added, “He obviously has his political beliefs, as he showed with his signs. We were expressing those same rights, and he attacked us for that.”
The Baltimore Sun reported that Kuhn did not acknowledge the alleged shooting when he was being questioned by the police. On a Monday bail review hearing he was ordered by a judge t serves home detention.
Reports suggest that the man has no history of prior criminal acts and is expected to not plead guilty, citing the suspect’s lawyer.