A converstation between a Lucas County Sheriff’s deputy and a security guard almost turned deadly after the guard pulled a gun on the deputy.
According to WTVG, the on-duty deputy stopped at the local IRS office to ask a question about a letter he received. The security guard told the deputy that he had to leave his service weapon in his vehicle, a request the deputy could not fulfill.
As the deputy was leaving the room the security guard walked up behind him with his weapon drawn.
The security guard tries to take the deputy, identified as Alan Gaston, into custody, but Gaston walks away and waits for Toledo police to arrive after someone called 911.
Deputy Gaston has filed a civil lawsuit against the security guard and company for emotional and psychological distress and lost wages.
Gaston has been on leave since the May incident.
The security guard, Seth Eklund, is facing aggravated menacing charges.
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