Parts of the redlands was on lockdown Wednesday night and a Reverse 911 call was sent to residents to stay in their homes as a man allegedly pointed a gun at his girlfriend then himself.
Grand junction Police say a man pointed a gun at his girlfriend and then himself during a domestic dispute while there were two kids present inside the home.
He then got into his car and flashed his gun at two people on South Broadway and got into a confrontation with them.
According to police, citing witness reports, he got back into his car, and missed a turn to go south on the Redlands Parkway.
Causing him to flip his car over a guardrail and into a ravine near the Broadway and Redlands Parkway intersection.
Emergency officials had to cut him out of the vehicle, and they say he was alive when they took him to the hospital.
Police have yet to find the gun he allegedly had on him earlier.
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