Johnstown Teen Charged in Shooting Spurred by Video Game Controller

A western Pennsylvania teen has been jailed on charges that he fired four shots into a home after he was accused of stealing a video game controller at a party.

Eighteen-year-old Zseth Gaylor reportedly denied stealing the device and left the party angrily before returning with a gun. Johnstown police say this all happened Saturday night.

Nobody was wounded in the shooting, but Gaylor has been jailed on aggravated assault and other charges and faces a preliminary hearing Nov. 1.

Online court records don't list an attorney for Gaylor, who remained in the Cambria County jail unable to post bond.

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