Police: Man brandished gun, shot fridge

Posted: March 4, 2013 at 9:18 a.m.

Police arrested a man Saturday after he pointed a gun at his ex-wife and himself and accidentally shot a refrigerator in a garage, according to a news release from the Springdale Police Department.

Brian Currence was arrested in connection with domestic aggravated assault and refusal to submit to arrest, according to the news release. Currence was arrested after brandishing a gun at his ex-wife's home, the news release stated.

Witnesses said Currence pointed the gun at his head and pulled the trigger twice, but the gun didn't fire, the news release stated. When he was manipulating the gun to try to fix the malfunction, it fired and hit the refrigerator, according to the news release.


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