A man accused of firing a gun at his brother in Hubbard pleaded guilty July 10 to unlawful use of a weapon, a class C felony.
Michael Jon Perryman, 41, was sentenced to three years of probation for the crime. An additional charge — one count of menacing — was dropped in exchange for his guilty plea, according to his plea petition.
Perryman was arrested on June 4 after a nearly two-hour standoff with Marion County deputies, who reported to a home in the 19000 block of Highway 99E north of Grim Road in Hubbard after a man called 911 saying his brother had shot a gun at him.
The victim told 911 dispatchers he had been able to escape the property uninjured. When deputies arrived, they surrounded the location and evacuated nearby residents.
Perryman reportedly surrendered to deputies around 12:15 p.m., while deputies were waiting for the SWAT Team to arrive.
The conditions of Perryman's probation include that he participate in a mental health evaluation and successfully complete any course of treatment; that he not purchase, possess or transport firearms or ammunition or apply for any license/permit regarding firearms; that he surrender possession of all firearms and ammunition as directed by a probation officer; that he not use or possess alcohol, intoxicants, inhalants or controlled substances; and that he not enter bars, taverns or liquor stores.
He is also required to pay a $200 fine.