Man Charged for Allegedly Pulling Gun During Argument at Stoughton Gas Station
A 26-year-old Raynham man allegedly threatened the operator of another vehicle with a gun during a Friday morning argument at the Mobil Station at the corner of Washington and Central Streets in Stoughton.
An argument at a Stoughton gas station escalated when a Raynham man allegedly threatened the operator of another vehicle with a gun, according to the Stoughton Police Department's Facebook page.
The alleged incident happened Friday morning, July 27, around 7 a.m. at the Mobil Station at the corner of Washington and Central Streets.
The operator of one vehicle, 26-year-old Frederick Baker, is said to have "pointed a firearm at and threatened the operator of the second vehicle," according to Stoughton Police.
Baker left the Mobil station and then traveled into Canton. However, he was stopped and held by Canton Police on Randolph Street in Canton.
Baker is charged with making threats and assault with a dangerous weapon.
His .25 caliber Beretta (pistol) was confiscated along with his license to carry a firearm, Stoughton Police report.