A IRS security guard in Ohio is facing one charge of aggravated menacing after pulling a gun on a African American Lucas County Sheriff's deputy. The deputy, Alan Gaston, came to the IRS office to ask a question. When Gaston arrived he was in full uniform and badge with his firearm visible. The security guard informed Gaston that he needed to put his gun in his car and Gaston said that he could not do that. That's when the security guard pulled out his gun. Gaston decided to leave to de-escalate the situation and the security guard followed him to the elevators and tried to take him into custody at gunpoint.
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