UPDATE: Hours after a Rochester man threatens people with a shotgun in downtown Rochester, police make an important discovery.
According to Rochester police, 35-year-old Jordan Blevins is expected in court Tuesday, a day after he had pointed a shotgun at several people near Fusion Lounge in downtown Rochester around 2 a.m. Monday.
Later that morning, police arrested him at his home, but the shotgun, as well as a handgun, believed to be on him, were nowhere to be found. Blevins faces 2nd Degree Assault and Terroristic Threats charges.
Monday afternoon, the investigation revealed a connection to an apartment at 317 South Broadway. When officers went to the apartment, the resident was not cooperative. Officers then obtained a warrant to search the apartment.
Inside, officers found the guns, believed to be used in the incident, and a hallucinogenic Mushroom growing operation. Armed with a separate warrant, officers went in with full protective suits to investigate, since the mushrooms pose an airborne danger.
The resident was a friend of Blevins, and could be arrested on drug charges soon.
Blevins himself was found with cocaine and a number of unknown pills as well.
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It happened around 2 o'clock this morning near Kathy's Pub and Fusion Lounge. A 29-year-old man from Fairmont reported that a man had pointed a shotgun at him and racked the slide outside of Fusion Lounge.
When officers responded, they located a man they believe was responsible, but couldn't find the weapon that was used.
Jordan Blevins is a 35-year-old Rochester man facing charges of 2nd degree assault and terroristic threats.
When officers took him into custody at his home, he was wearing a tactical shirt with holsters and pockets for holding ammo, and a long hunting knife.
He was also found in possession of cocaine and a number of unknown pills.