Sept. 9 – An Aiken County girl was arrested Wednesday night after she pointed a gun at a comfort retailer worker and threatened to shoot him.
Aiken County sheriff’s deputies arrested Sarah Williamson, 37, of Jackson, Wednesday night on expenses of pointing and displaying a firearm at one other individual.
One complainant informed officers that Williamson known as the shop the place she labored — 110 Dragstrip Street close to Jackson — about ordering meals. The complainant mentioned Williamson was “impolite” and did not need to argue, so she hung up the telephone.
The complainant mentioned Williamson arrived a short while later and started yelling at her. She added that they began arguing backwards and forwards earlier than she left the shop to gather herself.
The complainant mentioned when she went to return to the shop she noticed Williamson sitting in her automotive. She mentioned Williamson then started yelling at her, pulled out a gun and threatened to shoot her.
When deputies arrived on scene, they positioned Williamson contained in the gasoline station.
Deputy L. Cantrell and a Jackson Police Officer entered, approached Williamson, and requested her if she was armed.
Williamson mentioned she was armed with a gun in a “stomach band,” Cantrell mentioned. Officers then detained Williamson and eliminated a .380 Bersa Thunder rifle from her waist, Cantrell mentioned.
After talking with the criticism, Cantrell mentioned she learn Williamson’s Miranda rights, and that Williamson mentioned she understood and nonetheless wished to talk with the deputy.
Williamson mentioned she was arguing with the complainant, Cantrell mentioned. Williamson added that she “pulled a gun outdoors” as a result of she was pregnant and didn’t really feel secure when the complainant went again to the shop, Cantrell mentioned.
Cantrell added that safety footage reveals the complainant and Williamson arguing, and each events bought out and Williamson pulled a gun whereas she was in her automotive.
Williamson was then arrested and transported to the Aiken County Detention Heart.
Pointing and displaying a firearm at one other individual is a felony punishable by as much as 5 years in jail and a positive on the discretion of the court docket.
Williamson was not listed as an inmate on the detention middle Friday morning, that means she was launched on bail.