Adam Robert Hageman, 39, Nisswa (formerly Motley), was convicted Aug. 28 of possessing a firearm or ammunition while a convicted felon, second degree assault and domestic assault, all felonies, in Morrison County District Court.
The charges stem from an Aug. 7, 2016 incident, in which Hageman got into an argument with two people.
Officers arrived on the scene, and talked to the first victim, who said Hageman had come over earlier and started a confrontation.
The victim said Hageman grabbed his throat, but then left. Hageman returned later, and was confronted by a second individual.
That person said Hageman got out of his vehicle and shoved him, which began a wrestling match between the two.
The two scuffled, and Hageman got hold of the victim’s gun and pointed it at him, saying he would kill him.
The victim feared for his life, but the first victim returned and removed the gun from Hageman.
The second victim showed deputies a bite mark made by Hageman.
Hageman was arrested, but claimed self defense. He also said the victims had grabbed him by the neck and dragged him approximately 500 feet down the driveway, but officers did not observe any marks on Hageman’s neck.
He was sentenced to five years in prison and was fined $185.