Braswell was confrontational from the start, Pitts said. Pitts said the antique transaction had nothing to do with Braswell. Rather, it was the man’s grandmother — described by Pitts as “sharp and clear” mentally — whom he dealt with on the transaction. “After I asked him to leave, I told he was going to leave one way or the other,” Pitts said.
No arrests were made. “David pulled a baseball bat on him, and he pulled a pistol on David,” Moore said.
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Pitts said this morning that he later filed an affidavit against Braswell for displaying a firearm. Pitts and a man identified as Kevin Braswell of Cookeville, Tennessee, got into an argument after Braswell alleged that “David didn’t pay him enough for what he bought,” said Greenwood Police Chief Ray Moore.
“If he pulled a gun on me, imagine what he might do,” Pitts said. • Contact Bob Darden at 581-7239 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Pitts said he intends to inform Tennessee and federal law enforcement agencies about Braswell’s actions.
“I guess he was going to scare and intimidate me,” he said. Pitts called the police and also got a baseball bat. Shortly after that, Braswell pulled a handgun and “pointed it right in my face,” Pitts said.
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