A Columbus man was arrested Saturday afternoon on accusations he pointed a shotgun at some people at a gas station, police said.
Javle Johnson, 45, approached a 36-year-old man who was pumping gas at the Country Corner, 2117 Morris Road, around 2:20 p.m., reports state. Johnson accused the man of sleeping with his wife and began arguing with him.
Two women inside the car, 24- and 29-years-old, stepped outside as Johnson confronted the other man, reports show. The 24-year-old woman told Johnson to leave. He calmed down, but grew angry again and pushed her.
The trio were trying to leave in the 36-year-old’s vehicle when Johnson pulled a 12-gauge shotgun and pointed it at them, police said. Johnson then left, and an officer pulled him over sometime afterward.
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Johnson was charged with three counts of reckless conduct, three counts of pointing a gun and one count each of possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime and simple battery. He remained in the Muscogee County Jail without bond Sunday night.