A woman was arrested for pulling a gun on two Duke Energy workers who had cut off the power to her home, according to a report from the Rowan Sheriff's Office.
The incident was reported Monday afternoon at the home of 46-year-old Jamie Michelle Euart Honeycutt.
The report said a Duke Energy worker called 911 just after 2:30 p.m. to say that the homeowner had pulled a gun on him and a coworker.
Deputies found Honeycutt standing next to the Duke Energy car holding a black Smith & Wesson .40-caliber handgun, the report said.
The workers told the deputy that they had come to the house to cut off the power, and Honeycutt came out of the house and starting to yell.
The workers said they tried to explain the situation to Honeycutt, but she went back inside then came out carrying the gun, telling the men, "You are not going to leave."
Honeycutt told the deputy that she didn't know who the men were and didn't notice the Duke Energy signs on the car until they were pointed out to her.
Honeycutt was charged with assault by pointing a gun and was jailed under $500 bond.
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