Two more charges filed against man who threatened McAllen protesters with chainsaw
Two more people filed charges against the man who threatened protesters in McAllen with a chainsaw.
On Thursday, 44-year-old Daniel Pena was booked at the Hidalgo County jail for a second time on two new counts of deadly conduct.
Pena was caught on phone video brandishing a chainsaw at protesters downtown last Friday. He is now facing seven charges — six for deadly conduct and one for assault causing bodily injury.
The 44-year-old posted bond on Friday.
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