Arcadia man points rifle at sales rep who came onto his property
Deputies report the arrest of a town of Arcadia man after a sales person had a gun pointed at them at a local residence on Tuesday.
Russel Dronzeuski, 65, was charged with second-degree menacing. It’s alleged that the victim, a sales representative, was looking to speak with the owner of the property.
That’s when Dronzeuski pointed a rifle at the sales rep. She was concerned for her safety, according to deputies, which prompted the call to police.
Dronzeuski was taken to the Wayne County Jail pending arraignment. The charges will be answered at a later date.
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