Intoxicated man pulls gun on neighbor

 

Mario Williams

A Shelton man was arrested for threatening his neighbor and pointing a gun at him during a dispute on Monday, April 10.

The Shelton Police arrested Mario Williams, 58, of Roberts Street in Shelton. Williams was charged with first degree reckless endangerment, second degree threatening, breach of peace and carrying a firearm under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Williams’s arrest stems from an incident where the police were called to the Wooster Street Market for a report of a dispute at the store. According to police, It was reported that one of the men involved in the dispute wield a firearm.

Upon their arrival, officers spoke with the complainant who stated he and his ex-neighbor, Williams, had been arguing over neighborhood issues. The complainant then stated that Williams pulled out the firearm and pointed it at him during the dispute.

According to police, Williams, who was still at the scene, had a handgun in his possession and was discovered to be under the influence.

Williams is scheduled to appear in Derby Superior court on April 24 and was released on $2,500.

 

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  • urbancowgirlkitty

    Truth is…..if a man pulled a gun on someone bail would be 100k-150k–seriously and a felony charge would be issued which was not. The people in the “dispute” did NOT EVEN SAY 1 WORD to each other get the police report and report the truth! Plus they are current neighbors not EX. ED VEILLETTE has harassed many people in Shelton. I will NEVER believe the press again they print what they want to sell papers.
    FAKE NEWS to sell papers but destroy families.

    • GinaMcLoud

      Hello, kitty (sorry, couldn’t resist!)nnYou are correct about this and virtually all other newspapers. They are too lazy to get facts. They just print whatever comes to mind and the more sensational the better. For example, the police said Mr. Williams was “discovered to be under the influence.” That is not the same as being intoxicated yet the reporter chose to use that word. nnWe should all pray that the field of journalism experiences a renewal and re-dedication to its longstanding sacred role in our society.

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