The four said James Edward Stephens, 70, of Country Lane, knocked on the door Wednesday about 8:30 p.m. and asked if a 20-year-old woman was there, according to the Bartow County Sheriff's Office incident report, above.
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Stephens told deputies he knew about a criminal trespass warning against him for the residence, but wanted to talk to the woman about a "past relationship."
Police spotted Stephens at a nearby convenience store and say he had a silver or chrome, double barrel, .22 magnum handgun loaded with two .22 magnum bullets in his pants pocket. He said he went to the home and argued with several people because his business was only with the 20-year-old woman.
The four told authorities a different story, according to the report.
"They said while they were trying to make (Stephens) leave the property he was yelling and cussing at them in a very irate and loud tone. They said at one point (Stephens) said, 'Every one of you will die. Just (expletive) with me and see what happens.' They all said (Stephens) was pointing at each of them while he yelled, but it wasn't until he reached his car that they noticed he had a gun in his hand," a deputy wrote in the report. "Each person described the double barreled handgun to me that (Stephens) had and it matched the gun that I took from (Stephens') left front pocket.
"They said while he was yelling at them, even after they noticed it and told him to put it away, he continued to point it at each of them separately. They said at that time they went back inside because they were afraid he was going to shoot them."
One of the victims captured video of the incident on her mobile phone, which shows Stephens pointing his hand at each one of them and saying, "All of you will die," the report says.
The 20-year-old woman was not home during the incident, but later told police she had received eight to 10 calls from Stephens that day, but only answered two. She said she told him not to call or contact her anymore.
Stephens was arrested and charged with four counts of making terroristic threats, four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm, criminal trespass, stalking and possession of a firearm during commission of a crime.
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