By: Jami Ganz, New York Daily News
LUCAS COUNTY, Ohio — An IRS security guard in Ohio pleaded not guilty Monday to pulling a gun on a uniformed sheriff’s deputy.
Seth Eklund, 33, pleaded not guilty to one count of aggravated menacing against Lucas County Sheriff’s Deputy Alan Gaston after the latter refused to leave his weapon in his vehicle, ABC News reports.
Gaston, a defensive tactics instructor, arrived at the Toledo IRS office on May 31 in full uniform, with both his badge and gun visible, according to ABC affiliate WTVG. Eklund ordered Gaston, who was on duty at the time, to leave his gun in his car.
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