Authorities are searching for a Columbus man they say fired shots at a neighbor.
Douglas Armour, 45, of 28th Ave., is accused of accosting a neighbor, his two young children and his girlfriend around 9 p.m. Sunday, Columbus police said. Armour, who had just returned to his home, started yelling at his neighbor. He then stepped inside his house, returning moments later with a knife.
Armour's neighbor and his guests left their home, though when they returned Armour again came outside and yelled at them, police said. After they went inside, Armour told them he'd make them leave for good.
Shortly afterward, they heard four gun shots.
Police found four shotgun shells, and Armour's neighbor identified him in a photo lineup. Officers said warrants would be taken out for Armour's arrest.