A Minneapolis man originally accused of pointing a shot gun at a Lincoln County deputy reached a plea deal in court.
Bruce Lyon-Dugin pleaded guilty yesterday to a misdemeanor of resisting or obstructing an officer, and no contest to disorderly conduct and failure to comply. If he completes probation, the failure to comply felony will be dismissed.
Judge Jay Tlusty sentenced Lyon-Dugin to two years of probation, 240 hours of community service and also issued a fine. The court is not opposed to transferring the probation to Minnesota.
According to the original deputies report, Lyon-Dugin’s vehicle was pulled over last July and he appeared intoxicated. When the deputy returned to the vehicle, Lyon-Dugin pointed a firearm out the window A short standoff occurred before he was taken into custody.