A Bergen County Grand Jury has indicted a Wyckoff man on weapons charges in connection with an incident in Mahwah this February during which police say he threatened to kill his uncle and showed off a handgun during an argument, NorthJersey.com reported.
According to the report, Joshua Bushman, 26, was indicted on three counts – threatening to kill his uncle, possessing a Glock .40-caliber handgun for an unlawful purpose, and possessing a gun without a carry permit.
Police reports at the time said the Bushman allegedly got into a verbal and physical fight with his uncle at a home he was renovating on Feb. 11 in North Haledon. When the uncle left to go to Bushman’s father’s business in Mahwah, Bushman allegedly followed and continued the fight, shouted profanities, and lifted up his sweatshirt to reveal a Glock handgun that was tucked in his pants waistband, police said.
Mahwah and Wyckoff Police arrested Bushman later that day, authorities said.