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Driver arrested for pointing pistol at another

November 7, 2004

Thomasville - Thomas County Sheriff's deputies say Mike Kitchens of Thomasville pointed his gun at David Morrison and his 12-year-old on the Highway 319 bypass. Kitchens told deputies he never intended to fire the gun and he never actually took it out of the holster. Kitchens is charged with two counts of pointing a gun at another and DUI.

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