SYRACUSE — A Syracuse woman was arrested for allegedly threatening to shoot a man.
Sheila R. Evans, 47, 11830 N. Acorn Drive, Syracuse, is charged with intimidation, a level 6 felony; and disorderly conduct, a class B misdemeanor.
On Sept. 9, a Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to a domestic complaint in Syracuse. A man said he and Evans had a verbal argument. Evans then told the man to leave.
According to court documents, while the man was packing some of his belongings, Evans approached him in an irate manner and attempted to take a firearm holstered on his hip. The man said he pushed Evans’ arms away in order to maintain weapon retention.
A physical struggle ensued when Evans then attempted to grab a handgun on the floor. Evans threatened to shoot the man during the incident.
Evans said she had a verbal argument with the man and that she was attempting to place one of the handguns in a closet when the man pushed her.
Three children were present in the home at the time.
Evans has already been arrested and released on her own recognizance.