A Calimesa man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly threatened to kill his girlfriend with a shotgun, a Riverside County sheriff's sergeant said.
Randall S. Munger, 41, is accused of pointing a shotgun at his 28-year-old girlfriend, stealing her phone, and threatening to kill her, Sgt. James Burton of the sheriff's Cabazon Station said in a statement.
Calimesa deputies were first alerted to the alleged crime when the woman flagged down an officer driving on 5th Street in Calimesa at 1 a.m. Saturday, Burton said.
Investigators were then called out from the Cabazon Station to look into her claims of attack, Burton said. They focused on a residence in the 900 block of 5th, just south of County Line Road.
"Investigators secured a search warrant for the residence and recovered several items which corroborated the victim's account of what had occurred," Burton said.
Burton said evidence deputies found included:
- a loaded shotgun
- a loaded semi-automatic handgun
- the victim's stolen cellular telephone
- an unspecified amount of methamphetamine
Munger was arrested and booked at Smith Correctional in Banning on felony charges of robbery, terrorist threats and brandishing a firearm, according to inmate records. He was released later Saturday Oct. 20 after making bail, which was set at $35,000.