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A DEEP CREEK MAN WAS ARRESTED TUESDAY AFTER ALLEGEDLY POINTING A GUN AT TWO PEOPLE IN AN ATTEMPT TO GET THEM TO MOVE THEIR TRUCK.  CHARLOTTE COUNTY DEPUTIES SAY 32 YEAR OLD NATHANIEL ANDERSON HAD JUST GOTTEN INTO AN ARGUMENT WITH A WOMAN WHEN HE ENCOUNTERED THE LAWN CARE WORKERS NEAR LASALLE ROAD AND NOBLE TERRACE.  ANDERSON TOLD AUTHORITIES HE WAS STILL UPSET OVER HIS FIGHT WITH THE WOMAN WHEN HE GOT INTO ANOTHER ARGUMENT WITH THE MEN.  THE VICTIMS BOTH SAID THAT ANDERSON POINTED A BLACK HANDGUN AT THEM AND ORDERED THEM TO MOVE THEIR WORK VEHICLES THAT WERE REPORTEDLY BLOCKING PART OF THE INTERSECTION.  ANDERSON FOR HIS PART DENIED POINTING THE GUN AT THEM.  DEPUTIES DID FIND A RIFLE IN HIS TRUNK WHEN THEY STOPPED HIM NEAR PEACHLAND BOULEVARD, AND HE DIRECTED THEM TO A SPOT NEAR COMSTOCK STREET AND PEACHLAND WHERE THEY FOUND A HANDGUN.  ANDERSON WAS CHARGED WITH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON.  HE IS BEING HELD ON $6000 BOND IN THE CHARLOTTE JAIL.