Man accused of shooting at 2 people in Ross |

Man accused of shooting at 2 people in Ross

Chuck Biedka
Allegheny County
Clinton Lance

Allegheny County Sheriff’s detectives on Wednesday night arrested a man accused of firing gunshots at a woman in Ross last month.

Deputies said they found Clinton Lance, 28, hiding in a bedroom at a house on Hays Street in Pittsburgh’s Homewood section.

A search revealed multiple bags of marijuana and a loaded pistol, authorities said.

Police said last month that Lance had threatened a woman after she obtained a protection from abuse order against him before parking his car near her place of employment and firing six shots as she and her boyfriend drove past.

Ross police charged Lance with two counts each of reckless endangerment, making terrorist threats, simple assault and harassment.

He was arraigned by District Judge Richard Opiella and ordered to be held in Allegheny County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bond pending an Oct. 16 preliminary hearing, court records showed.

Chuck Biedka is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chuck at 724-226-4711, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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