A Paris man was arrested for aggravated assault after pulling guns on a woman Saturday night on Highway 54 west of Paris.
Paul Kellogg, 50, of 4270 Highway 54 west of Paris, was arrested for aggravated assault and domestic assault by Henry County Sheriff’s Department Cpl. Forrest Kemp and Deputy Hayley French at 3:56 p.m. Sunday.
According to a report by Sheriff’s Deputy Frankie Scott, he received a call Saturday night about a domestic dispute and spoke to the woman Kellogg threatened, who was staying on Crutchfield Lane.
The woman said Kellogg got upset and pulled two nine-millimeter handguns on her. She said he put one on each side of her head and told her he would kill her.
She said Kellogg took her cellphone and car keys and parked his truck behind her car in order to keep her hostage overnight.
She said he did the same thing with the weapons again the next morning, and slapped her and spit in her face. She said afterward, he got in his truck and left.
The woman located her extra set of keys and left shortly after he did to stay with someone on Crutchfield Lane. She told Scott she had no intentions of going back home because she was scared for her life.
Warrants were drawn up for the incident, and Kellogg was arrested a few hours later by Kemp and French.
A nine-millimeter handgun, two magazines and eight nine-millimeter bullets were seized and placed in an evidence locker.
Kellogg was charged with misdemeanor domestic assault and felony aggravated assault. He is scheduled to appear today in Henry County General Sessions Court. A bond amount was not listed on his arrest sheet.