An arrest warrant has been issued for a man involved in a domestic dispute that ended in a car crash and sent another man to the hospital Wednesday night.
Clifford Guill is facing charges of domestic violence, first degree assault, felony menacing and prohibited use of a weapon.
Police say after getting into a fight with a woman at a home on Hill View Drive and threatening to kill himself with a hand gun, the 44-year-old Gdrove to a home in the 2300 block or S. Broadway and assaulted his ex-girlfriend's boyfriend. According to the arrest warrant, Guill hit and kicked the man and then pointed a gun at his head and told him, "You and I are both going to die tonight."
Police say the boyfriend's mother fired a shot into the air to scare Guill away.
The warrant says Guill then got into his car and drove off. A deputy says he spotted Guill driving eratically toward him and had to swerve so he wouldn't get hit. Guill then crashed into a ravine on Redlands Parkway.
Emergency officials had to cut him out of the vehicle. He has since been released from St. Mary's Hospital and will be booked into the Mesa County Jail.
A copy of the warrant is attached below.