A Colorado man has been arrested after an alleged domestic violence incident that included challenging his daughter to a "duel," KRDO reports. Robert Williams, 38, of Calhan was arguing with his daughter on Wednesday evening when things "escalated to the point that the father pulled out a handgun and pointed it at his wife and daughter," according to a press release from the El Paso County Sheriff's Office. At that point, Williams reportedly told his daughter to get a gun of her own so they could "duel." The daughter is a juvenile, per the Denver Post.
There was a struggle of some kind, during which Williams fired a round, KDVR reports. Then the girl fired a round in the direction of her father. "As the wife and children fled the residence," according to the sheriff's department, "the father then went to the shed to retrieve a shotgun and pointed it at his wife. She then grabbed the rifle, took the children to a neighbor's house, and called 911." No one was injured, according to the sheriff's office. Williams was booked on two counts of felony menacing, prohibited use of a weapon, and child abuse. (Read more Colorado stories.)