HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – A Hartford man is facing a list of charges after police saw he threatened to shoot his girlfriend. On Monday, Hartford Police got a call to an apartment on York Street for a report of a domestic dispute. The woman inside told police she had gotten into an argument with her boyfriend. She said he got upset, pulled out a sawed-off shotgun, pointed it at her and threatened to shoot her. When police got there they say Mike Antwine, 26, still had the gun when they got there. He was taken into custody safely. Hartford Police discovered Antwine had a warrant in New Haven, and that he was a convicted felon who had the gun illegally. Antwine is charged with Assault, Disorderly Conduct, Reckless Endangerment, Threatening, and gun charges.
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