Probation for Tucson man who pointed rifle stock at deputy

2013-06-03T16:12:00Z Probation for Tucson man who pointed rifle stock at deputyVeronica M. Cruz Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

A Tucson man who pointed a wooden rifle stock at a sheriff’s deputy responding to a domestic violence call was sentenced to three years’ probation Monday.

Cody Salzman, 21, pleaded guilty to attempted aggravated assault on a police officer for the January 2013 incident.

A Pima County Sheriff’s deputy responded to a domestic dispute in the 6200 block of North Van Ark Road and encountered Salzman who pointed the rifle stock at the deputy.

The deputy fired two shots at Salzman but did not strike him and Salzman surrendered.

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