GRAYSON A Grayson man who was arrested recently after firing a gun at another man has been indicted on new charges in an unrelated case after court records said he unlawfully imprisoned a woman.
Coleman B. Binion, 58, was indicted by the Carter County Grand Jury recently on the charge of first-degree unlawful imprisonment, a class D felony, according to court records.
Court records indicate that Binion restrained a woman under circumstances which exposed her to risk of serious physical injury.
Binion was also arrested in July on unrelated charges after he fired a round from his .45 caliber Smith & Wesson at the ground near a man, nearly striking him, according to police reports.
Binion had confronted a man about a bag he was in possession of when he fired the shots. Police reports state Binion told the man that it was a warning shot and if he moved again, he would kill him.
Binion was arrested at the scene by the Carter County Sheriff's Department on the charges of first-degree disorderly conduct and first-degree wanton endangerment.