(AP) A Windham man who’s charged with terrorizing after a gun-waving incident that cleared an Augusta Wal-Mart last week is to appear before a judge tomorrow at the earliest.
Forty-two-year-old Philip Urquhart has been held at the Riverview Psychiatric Center under an involuntary commitment order since Saturday, the day after the incident at the Wal-Mart.
He also faces charges of creating a police standoff and criminal threatening.
Police are continuing to investigate Friday night’s incident, in which Urquhart allegedly waved two handguns in the store. Crowds of screaming customers filed out of the store before a brief standoff with police in which he eventually surrendered.