Cameron Bretz Charged With Reckless Endangering And Breach Of Peace
A Casper man is accused of pointing a gun at bouncers, after he was kicked out of a drinking establishment.
Thirty-four year old Cameron Bretz has pleaded not guilty to one charge of reckless endangering and one charge of breach of peace.
Investigators with the Casper Police Department say on Saturday evening, February 7th, officers were called to Galloway's, where an incident had taken place involving a gun.
Witnesses said Bretz had been harassing females, and was asked to leave by bouncers, but refused.
After being forced out, Bretz then went to a truck, then walked back to the bar with a handgun.
Another person was able to get the gun out of his hand, and no one was injured.
When interviewed, Bretz said he thought he was going to be assaulted and got the gun in fear for his life.
He is free on $1,000 bond awaiting trial and could face up to one year in jail on the reckless endangering charge, and up to 6 months in jail on the breach of peace charge, if convicted.