POMEROY — The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call on Tuesday evening involving a man holding a gun to the head of another.
According to a news release from Meigs County Sheriff Keith Wood, a call was received at 6:23 p.m. from a resident on Bradbury Road. The caller — who is a family member of the suspect according to the Sheriff — stated that a man had held a gun to his head and then tried to shoot him in the leg. The suspect then fled the residence.
Homer Grim, 46, of Bradbury Road was found at the residence with a gun when Wood and Sergeant Bill Gilkey arrived on scene.
Grim was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Meigs County Jail.
According to the Meigs County Court website Grim is being charged with felonious assault, weapons under disability, aggravated menacing and domestic violence.
Wood stated that there were others in the home at the time of the incident, and he was relieved that no one was injured.