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Bend Man Accused Of Threatening People With Several Weapons

BEND, OR -- Bend Police arrested a 46-year-old this week on multiple charges after officers say he threatened several people with a shotgun and knife on NE Dekalb. Robert Gwin is also accused of hitting a truck with a metal object.

When police arrived at about 9:15 p.m. Monday, they say Gwin got into his car. He refused to exit and eventually climbed onto the hood and then the roof, where he stood talking on his phone. He wore a harness and a kilt, with multiple obects hanging from it, and had a 10" knife on his wast and a 3" knife holstered to his ankle.

When he repeatedly refused commands, officers fired two less-lethal rounds and tased him to take him into custody. Gwin was evaluated at the hospital before going to jail, where he was booked on charges including Menacing and Resisting Arrest.

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