A Windham man was arrested Sunday evening after threatening a Maine Game Warden with a handgun.
The Maine Warden Service was called to Sebago Lake near Point Sebago Campground at approximately 5:30 yesterday evening to respond to complaints about a boater acting erratically. A game warden deputy responded to the scene, and when he approached the boater, the boater pointed a pistol at him and threatened him.
The Game Warden kept his distance from the boater, radioed for assistance, then secured the area on the water to make sure no one else approached the boater.
Multiple game wardens, Cumberland County Sherriff Officers and a state trooper responded to the scene. The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Emergency Service’s Unit was able to start a dialog with the boater, and then later arrested him without incident.
Timothy Flick, age 60 of Windham, was transported to the Cumberland County Jail and charged with criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, aggravated reckless conduct, and obstructing government administration.
At this point, no further information is available.