BY KEN LITTLE
A man and his daughter face charges after allegedly confronting a repo man Thursday morning as he attempted to take possession of a car, sheriff's deputies said in reports.
Ronald L. Cutshall, 53, of 405 Walters Road, was charged with aggravated assault, theft over $500 and vandalism over $500.
Amity Miller, 33, of 310 Walters Road, was charged with theft over $500, vandalism over $500 and filing a false report.
The alleged victim told deputies he went to Cutshall's property to repossess a 2004 Acura. Cutshall arrived and got into an argument with the man, a report said.
Cutshall allegedly "forcibly took an iPad from the victim and threw it on the ground," the report said.
Cutshall and Miller "stomped on the iPad, destroying it, then concealed (it)," the report said.
Cutshall allegedly pushed the victim against a car "and grabbed him by his tie, pulling and pushing him physically," a report said.
At that point, the repo man "noticed that (Cutshall) had a gun," a report said.
"The victim ran away from the offender with fear for his life and got into his car," as Cutshall allegedly climbed onto the back of the car "and hit the back window with the gun."
"The victim stated that he saw the offender pointing the gun at him through the back glass so he ran his car into the fence and into the nearby field to get away from him," a report said.
Miller allegedly took the iPad and brought it to her house, where it was located by deputies, the report said.
Miller initially denied taking the iPad, the report said.
The gun was also located by deputies.
Cutshall and Miller had first appearances Friday in General Sessions Court.