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Magnolia Man Wanted for Threatening Neighbor with Shotgun

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MAGNOLIA, Del. – Delaware State Police are looking for a Magnolia man who threatened a neighbor with a shotgun Friday night.

It happened at 10:20p.m. in the unit block of East Cherry Drive.

Anthony Dollson, 38, was arguing with a 20-year-old male neighbor when he retrieved a shotgun and pointed it at the man, according to police. Dollson then dropped the weapon and left.

Shortly afterwards, police say Dollson returned and punched his neighbor in the face. Two women tried to break up the fight. Dollson punched the 57-year-old woman in the face and pushed the 21-year-old female. Dollson then left the area again.

Troopers responded to the scene and found the shotgun, but have yet to find Dollson. Dollson is wanted for aggravated menacing, possession of a firearm, and related charges.

Anyone with information on Dollson is asked to contact Delaware State Police at 302-697-4454.

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