A 49 year old City of Horicon man was attempting to serve some civil process on a 63 year old Town of Erin man last Thursday morning just after ten am. According to Lieutenant Martin Schulteis of the Washington County Sheriff’s Department, the homeowner came out and told the process server to get off his property and that he was trespassing. The process server ended up taking out a holstered .380 from an ankle holder and pointed it at the homeowner's head. The process server left without any further confrontations. A short time later the man was located by the Horicon Fire Chief who followed the suspect back into Dodge County where he was stopped and arrested. The gun was located in an ankle holster where the caller said it was. The gun was determined t have been loaded, but no rounds were actually chambered when checked by a deputy of the Dodge County Sheriff’s office. He did have a valid Concealed Carry Weapon permit in his wallet. Despite that , the man was charged with endangering safety, which is considered a Class A misdemeanor.