Photographer assaulted on nature shoot | Crime
An amateur photographer, who was shooting pictures of the scenery at Coro Lake, wound up worried he might be the target of a different kind of shooting.
While taking photos Sunday afternoon, the photographer noticed a man watching him from inside a blue Ford F-350 parked nearby.
The photographer packed up his gear and left, but according to the affidavit of complaint, the pick-up truck followed him all the way home.
When the photographer started walking into his house, police say the driver of the pick-up truck demanded to know why he was taking pictures of his truck, pointed a handgun at him, and told him "You don't know who you're messing with."
The photographer ran inside and called 911.
Police found the blue Ford F-350 with a handgun on the dashboard and the driver, Michael Captain, still on scene. Captain is charged with one count of aggravated assault and is in jail on $5,000 bond.