Man points gun at girlfriend

A Whitehall man was arrested after he allegedly pointed a gun at a female acquaintance.

Scott W. Ross, 41, was arrested shortly aftermidnighton Sunday, Dec. 4 after state police received a call about the alleged incident.

Ross is accused pointing an unloaded rifle at the woman, although at the time, the victim did not know the rifle was unloaded.

He was charged with second-degree menacing, a misdemeanor and second degree harassment.

Ross told police he did not point a rifle at the woman.   

He was arraigned inWhitehall Village Courtand released pending a future court date.

The weapon was confiscated by police and an order of protection was issued.

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