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Denver sheriff's deputy charged with felony menacing, accused of threatening with weapon

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Posted at 10:03 AM, Nov 13, 2017
and last updated 2017-11-13 12:30:13-05

DENVER – A deputy with the Denver Sheriff’s Department faces felony menacing charges after he allegedly pointed a gun at someone serving him legal documents last week.

Bret Martin Carbone, 46, was advised of his formal charge on felony menacing with a weapon last Thursday in Adams County Court.

According to 17th Judicial District Attorney Dave Young, Carbone pointed a gun at the person serving him documents at his home in Commerce City on Nov. 6.

Carbone is set for a disposition hearing Dec. 19. Court records show he had a distraint warrant filed against him earlier this year for money he owed to the Department of Revenue.