Donald Wallace is in big, big trouble in the Big Apple.
Wallace, 39, has been charged with terroristic threats and creating false public alarm after allegedly making a phony 9-1-1 call near the Lincoln Tunnel, Port Authority police said last night.
About 6 p.m. yesterday, Wallace told a dispatcher that a “sniper” was on his way to New York, and told officers to be “ready and captivate,” according to police. He also claimed to have a gun and dangerous chemicals.
Gun-toting SWAT officers shut down the area around the tunnel in response and evacuated several light-rail trains as a precaution.
Detectives traced the call, and arrested Wallace in Manhattan late Tuesday night.
Police said Wallace hails from College Park, Ga., but public records list his current address as a home on Hobart Street near Master in the Carroll Park section of West Philly.
There was no answer last night at Wallace’s Carroll Park home.