A North Sea man was arrested and charged with menacing and weapons possession after police said he loaded and racked a shotgun Tuesday while outside a house in Southampton.
Tristan Tutching, 19, was charged with second-degree menacing and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, Southampton Town police said. The identity of the victim was not released. Police did not detail the circumstances leading to the alleged incident.
Police, in a written account of the incident, said Tutching went to the home and "loaded and racked a shotgun while in front of the victim's house after gaining the victim's attention."
Racking a shotgun pumps a shell into the chamber of the gun, loading it for firing.
No shots were fired.
Tutching later fled the scene, but was arrested a short time later near his home, police said.
Arraignment details were not immediately available.