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Pedestrian lands in jail for pointing air gun at passing motorist

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - A pedestrian seen brandishing a gun lands in jail for terrorizing and assault.

Court documents state Gino Muareluk was walking with three others when he pointed a black firearm at a passing vehicle. The driver became afraid and pulled over to call the cops.

When located by police, the defendant was noted to have a black 177 caliber air soft pistol protruding from his pocket. He also reportedly admitted to pointing the air soft gun at the passing car.

Another witness reported the defendant not only pointed the gun, but pulled the trigger more than five times shouting profanities at the driver. Because nothing came out of the gun, the witness was unsure if it was real.

He was booked and confined.
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