A Calimesa man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly threatened to kill his girlfriend with a shotgun, police said.
Randall Munger, 41, is accused of pointing a shotgun at his 28-year-old girlfriend, stealing her phone, and threatening to kill her, according to Riverside County Sheriff's Sergeant James Burton.
Police were first alerted to the alleged crime when the woman flagged down an officer driving down 5th Street in Calimesa at 1 a.m. Saturday, Burton said. Sheriff's investigators were then called out from the nearby Cabazon station to look into her claims of attack.
"Investigators secured a search warrant for the residence and recovered several items which corroborated the victim's account of what had occurred," Burton said.
Burton said that some of the evidence deputies found included:
- a loaded shotgun
- a loaded semi-automatic handgun
- the victim's stolen cellular telephone
- a small quantity of methamphetamine
Munger was arrested and booked at the Banning jail on felony charges of robbery, terrorist threats and brandishing a firearm, according to jail records.
He was released later in the day after making bail, which was set at $35,000, records indicated.