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Crime Court docs: Man accused of pointing AR-15 rifle at people outside Anderson Township bar

22:35  30 september  2019
22:35  30 september  2019 Source:   wlwt.com

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A man faced a judge Monday after being accused of pulling out an AR-15 rifle and pointing it at people during an argument outside a bar in Anderson Township.

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Court documents said the incident took place Saturday in the parking lot of Lattitude's and Goodfellows bars.

According to court documents, Scott Stoddard, 19, was involved in an argument when he grabbed an AR-15 rifle out of the trunk of his car and started pointing it at people.

Police said a witness wrestled the gun away from Stoddard and held it until police arrived.

Stoddard was charged with inducing panic and using weapons while intoxicated. His bail was set at $30,000.

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