Milford resident arrested for threatening relative with handgun

James Rogers of Milford was arrested Tuesday in connection with an alleged July 17 assault on a relative.

Rogers had gone to a relative's business where he and another man got into an argument, according to a police investigation. Rogers initially refused to leave the building, but eventually did so and returned with a handgun.

Rogers allegedly pointed the gun at the victim, threatened to hurt him and then assaulted him while holding the hand gun. The victim received a minor injury to his face.

There are multiple charges against Rogers including: carrying a firearm without a permit, 2nd degree assault, 2nd degree threatening, 2nd degree breach of peace, 1st degree criminal trespass and 1st degree reckless endangerment.

The bond was set at $1,000.

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