Man allegedly threatened at gunpoint over color of fire hydrant
A Camas, Wash., man has been charged with first-degree assault after he allegedly brandished a gun at a city employee during a dispute involving the color of a fire hydrant.
The Columbian reports that 54-year-old Steven W. Timmons pleaded not guilty to the charges in Clark County Superior Court on Tuesday. He is currently out on $50,000 bail.
The colorful dispute started when Timmons allegedly covered a yellow fire hydrant in front of his home with red paint, according to police.
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