A driver who was turning around in a neighbors driveway found himself with a gun pointed at his head.
Terry Vetsch, 60, was arrested after the alleged altercation between himself and one of his neighbors friends, 51-year-old Jeffrey Hinkson, who had backed in to Vetsch’s driveway briefly to make a u-turn.
Vetsch had been monitoring surveillance cameras overlooking his driveway when he suddenly became incensed at another driver using his property to perform the quick maneuver.
He is alleged to have marched out of his home, yelling, armed with a Taurus 9mm pistol in his pocket which he subsequently pointed at Hinkson’s head.
A confrontation between Terry Vetsch, 60, and Jeffrey Hinkson, 51, unfolded when Hinkson briefly used Vetsch’s driveway to make a u-turn
Vetsch can be seen having emerged from his home shouting and allegedly carrying a Taurus 9mm pistol in his pocket which he then slammed against the rear window of the car
Vetsch can be seen center, with his wife, left, as he yelled at a neighbor
Terry Vetsch, 60, was arrested for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon Without Intent to Kill
Vetsch used the gun to strike the victim’s backseat window before the next door neighbor saw what was happening and told him to stop, whereupon and argument broke out.
Vetsch began berating him for being on his property and then pointed his gun at the victim’s head before continuing to argue at both of them.
Deputy Munoz from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office asked to view surveillance video of the incident to which Vetsch agreed.
It showed the victim following Vetsch toward his property while they were arguing, but they had not trespassed onto his property when Vetsch pointed the gun at their head.
Vetsch said he believed the victims were a neighbor named ‘Jason’ with whom he had had several arguments before, according to the Miami Herald.
A deputy from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office went to speak with Vetsch and asked to see surveillance footage
Vetsch attempted to explain the incident as a case of mistaken identity – but he was arrested
Vetsch had been monitoring his driveway via surveillance cameras and became infuriated upon witnessing the ‘unauthorized use’ of his property
The deputy arrested Vetsch for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon Without Intent to Kill.
He was taken into custody and is currently being held at the Flagler County Inmate Facility on a $50,000 bond with his next court appearance scheduled for July 10, meanwhile the victim obtained a restraining order against him.
‘Not controlling your anger does not work out most of the time. In this case it landed an individual in the Green Roof Inn,’ added Sheriff Staly, using a jokey reference for the county jail.
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