Man Accused Of Pulling Gun During Family Argument
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A man was charged with aggravated assault after allegedly pulling a gun and demanding money during a family argument.
According to a Davidson County affidavit, 36-year-old James Curtis came to the victim's home Tuesday night demanding money he was owed. Curtis is the boyfriend of the victim's mother in law.
When the victim said he didn't have the cash, Curtis allegedly pulled out a gun, and pointed it at the victim.
The victim ran from the house to a next door neighbor's home, and police said Curtis followed him with the gun still in hand.
Curtis allegedly yelled at the victim to come out of the home or he would shoot. The victim told police he heard the suspect cock the gun...
The victim threw some money at Curtis, and he fled the scene. Neighbors said they witnessed Curtis waving the gun around.
No one was hurt.
Curtis was booked on $50,000 bond.