Was Firing a Gun from His Front Porch In the Direction of the Neighbor's Home Shooting Range Disorderly Conduct

In Commonwealth v. Coons, 695 A.2d 794 (Pa. Super 1997), the appellant was charged with disorderly conduct after firing a gun from his front porch in the direction of his neighbor's home shooting range. The Court found that there was no public access to the victim's property, and that the Commonwealth had failed to prove the necessary intent.