MADISON, Wis. - A Madison man was arrested Saturday morning after police were called to a gas station by a woman who said he pointed a gun at her head, according to a release.
Terrell R. Cargile, 33, of Madison, was arrested Saturday around 9 a.m. after pointing a handgun at the head of a 31-year-old woman during a domestic violence incident, official said. The incident happened at the woman's apartment.
The woman was able to convince Cargile to take her to the Mobil gas station at 3019 E. Washington Ave. to buy coffee and once inside, she called police, according to the release.
When officers arrived, Cargile ignored commands from officers, police said. Cargile went to the back of the gas station before surrendering to officers.
The handgun was later found tucked between stacks of soda in the gas station, according to the release.
Cargile was arrested on tentative charges of endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct, carrying a concealed weapon and intimidation of a victim. He was also arrested on probation hold.
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