WILLOUGHBY, Ohio - A Willoughby man was arrested after police say he pulled a gun on an AT&T salesman.
At about 4 p.m. Tuesday, Willoughby police were called to a house on Park Avenue.
Officers said the salesman was giving his presentation to a woman when a drunken man, who also lives there, pulled a gun and told him to get out. The AT&T employee was able to get out and called police.
Police arrested Nicholas Willis without incident. According to police, the arrest took longer than usual because they had a difficult time waking him.
Willis is charged with aggravated menacing and having a weapon while being intoxicated. He will be arraigned in Willoughby Municipal Court Wednesday morning.
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