MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 59-year-old Nowthen man is facing charges after threatening two juveniles who had incorrectly delivered a bounce house to his address, according to charges filed in Anoka County Court.

Robert Joseph Baron was charged with second-degree assault and threats of violence in connection with the incident, which happened last Friday in Nowthen.

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According to the charges, two juvenile males were delivering a bounce house for their business last Friday night when their GPS led them to the wrong driveway. A woman told them they had delivered the bounce house to the wrong address, so the two boys began packing it up so they could take it away.

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The complaint states while they were packing up, Baron pointed a shotgun at both boys. When officers found Baron, he was intoxicated with a blood alcohol content in excess of .20.

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If convicted, Baron faces up to 12 years in jail and $24,000 in fines.