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A GEORGIA MAN IS SPENDING A LITTLE EXTRA TIME IN THE AREA AFTER ALLEGEDLY POINTING A GUN AT A MAN AT AN ENGLEWOOD GAS STATION.  CHARLOTTE COUNTY DEPUTIES SAY 24 YEAR OLD BRANDON SADDORIS OF SAVANNAH FIRST STRUCK A WOMAN WHO HAD CLIMBED INTO A VEHICLE HE WAS SEATED IN AT THE SERVICE STATION NEAR THE CORNER OF ORIOLE BOULEVARD AND SOUTH MCCALL ROAD.  THE VICTIM CALLED OUT TO HER HUSBAND FOR HELP AS SADDORIS ALLEGEDLY STARTED TO HIT HER.  THE MAN RUSHED OVER TO THE VEHICLE AND GRABBED SADDORIS WHO WAS SITTING IN THE FRONT PASSENGER SEAT.  THE WOMAN GOT OUT AND CALLED FOR HELP.  SADDORIS THEN ALLEGEDLY POINTED A GUN AT THE MAN AND ORDERED HIM OUT OF THE VEHICLE.  HE DID, AND SADDORIS DROVE AWAY WITH TWO OTHER PEOPLE.  DEPUTIES FOUND THE VEHICLE AND THE THREE A SHORT TIME LATER.  ONE OF THE OCCUPANTS TOLD DEPUTIES THAT SADDORIS THREW THE GUN OUT THE WINDOW, WHICH WAS RECOVERED.  SADDORIS WAS CHARGED WITH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON AND BATTERY.  HE IS BEING HELD ON $10,000 BOND IN THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY JAIL.