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Man arrested after allegedly pointing firearm at group of protesters in North Canton

No injuries were reported.
Credit: Stark County Sheriff's Office

NORTH CANTON, Ohio — A 30-year-old man is in police custody after pointing a gun into a group of protesters Tuesday evening.

Protesters lead by the Ohio Community Coalition were marching through North Canton near the intersection of North Main Street and Maple Street around 6: 45 p.m.-- blocking traffic in all directions, police report. 

Just before 7 p.m, a man in a black pick-up truck maneuvered around stopped traffic, entering the intersection and was confronted by protesters, police say. According to reports, the driver identified as Dustin Reagan exited his truck and pointed a loaded firearm at the crowd.

No injuries were reported.

Reagan was taken into custody by nearby officers. He faces charges of reckless operation, aggravated menacing and carrying a concealed weapon. 

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