Robert Denman Jr., of Waynesburg, pleaded guilty on Jan. 27 to two counts, after being charged with 35 counts in December, court documents indicate.

Documents state the 39-year-old man pleaded guilty before President Judge John Pavlock to Driving Under the Influence and Disorderly Conduct.

Documents state that Denman was pursued during a vehicle chase by Pennsylvania State Police-Lewis Run on Dec. 15, after troopers approached him regarding a report of his threatening to “shoot up” Busty Heart’s Place, an adult entertainment club in Port Allegany, earlier in the evening. Police reported Denman drove at a high rate of speed, proceeded north on Main Street out of Port Allegany, then north on Route 155 until reaching the Two-Mile Inn, then turned left into his cousin’s residence yard, while police pursued Denman with their vehicle’s emergency lights and audible siren activated.

Documents indicate Denman was ultimately removed from the Ford Super Duty Pickup Truck he was operating and placed into police custody, a strong odor of alcoholic beverage emanating from his person and from inside the vehicle.

According to court documents, Denman is scheduled for sentencing on Feb. 13.