Exeter man charged after firing gun from window

EXETER >> A township man is in custody after police say he was firing a gun from a bedroom window.

Police also confiscated two-dozen firearms from the residence.

David Menet, 56, was taken into custody Tuesday, June 26, after police were called to a residence at 1130 Schoffers Road at 4:48 p.m. for a report of shots fired, according to a release from Exeter Township Police.

Police say Menet was shooting a gun out of the bedroom window of the home. When Exeter Police units arrived, Schoffers Road was closed down and police began to secure the scene. While police were on location, Menet again began to shoot from the house, according to authorities. Several rounds were fired from the home, police said.


Eventually, Menet exited the home unarmed and was taken into custody without further incident.

No injuries were reported at the scene.

Police say a total of 24 guns were removed from the home, including several high-powered rifles.

Menet was charged with several counts of aggravated assault and other related charges, according to police.