Police arrested a Georgia man after he reportedly pointed a gun at gas station patrons in South Burlington on Tuesday, a press release said.
Caleb Fontneau, 20, was one of two male suspects identified at the Jolley Mobil on the corner of Shelburne and Allen roads around 7:30 p.m. on September 22. South Burlington police arrived after the men left the gas station in a beige Toyota Camry.
One man, whom police identified as Fontneau, reportedly pointed a gun at patrons, police said.
Police discovered Fontneau had violated previous conditions of release, which stipulated he abide by a 24-hour curfew, not drink alcohol and not possess a firearm, police said.
Fontneau also gave officers false information regarding his curfew, police said.
On Wednesday afternoon, South Burlington police were notified Franklin County sheriffs had located Fontneau and the Camry. He was taken into custody and cited with aggravated assault, violation of conditions of release and providing false information and was lodged at Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility on $5,000 bail, the press release said.
Fontneau was scheduled to appear in court on Thursday morning.