Woman allegedly threatens roommate with airsoft gun


    Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputies say 53-year-old Melisa Hall used an airsoft gun to threaten her roommate. (PBSO|MGN|Andrew Toskin / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

    A woman is behind bars after she threatened her roommate Friday night at their Greenacres home.

    Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputies say 53-year-old Melisa Hall used an airsoft gun to threaten her roommate.

    According to the police report, Hall attempted to evict her roommate, 38-year-old George Card, without proper eviction procedures. Card told deputies that Hall wanted him "out of the house." Deputies told Hall that neither she nor law enforcement could force Card from the home. Hall uttered that "PBSO was a waste of time."

    Deputies had to immediately return to the home after Hall called dispatch again, according to the affidavit. Deputies saw Card leaving the home in a panic. Card told deputies that Hall pulled a gun out and thought she was going to shoot him. Deputies found an airsoft gun wedged in between the seats of a recliner sofa.

    Deputies charged Hall with aggravated assault without intent to kill. Hall is being held without bond and is expected to make her first appearance in front of a judge Saturday morning.

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