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Wednesday, 12 March 2008

William "Billy" Rodriguez shoved her into a bedroom and pointed a gun at her head.

William "Billy" Rodriguez, 30, was arrested early Monday morning after police executed a search warrant at his house at 255 Second St., according to arrest records. According to a complaint filed by Rodriguez's girlfriend, on Sunday Rodriguez punched her in the stomach, then shoved her into a bedroom and pointed a gun at her head."I'm gonna shoot you in your (expletive) head and your brains are gonna scatter," Rodriguez allegedly said as his girlfriend held their 17-month-old daughter. The girlfriend and the child's names are being withheld by the Times Union.
The girlfriend filed a complaint, and police obtained a warrant. They raided the house at 2:31 a.m. Monday and arrested Rodriguez. Authorities said they found a .25-caliber Colt semiautomatic pistol, loaded with six rounds, in the crib where the baby was asleep."The defendant's actions were likely to be injurious to the physical, mental and moral welfare of the victim, who was asleep in the crib at the time of said weapon being recovered," arresting officer Christopher Cornell wrote in his report.Rodriguez was charged with second-degree menacing, unlawful imprisonment, two counts of acting in a manner injurious to a child and second-degree criminal possession of a weapon. He was arraigned in City Court and remains in Albany County jail with no bail.



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