ROCK HILL — A Rock Hill man was sent for a psychiatric evaluation Thursday after police say he threatened his wife with a gun before turning the pistol on himself.
Officers responded to a call in northwestern Rock Hill from a woman, 48, who told them her husband had pointed a pistol at her, according to a Rock Hill police report.
Police found the man, 51, at his house, pointing the gun at himself, the report states. They took him into custody, charging him with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature, and seized several guns, including:
• .38 special revolver with five rounds
• Ruger LCP .380 pistol with six-round magazine
• Two New England firearms 12-gauge shotgun
• Glenfield .22 Model 60 automatic rifle with scope
• Stevens Savage Arms .410 model 94c shotgun
• Crossman pellet gun
• 118 rounds of Federal 12-gauge ammunition
• Five rounds of .410 gauge ammunition
• 236 rounds of .22 LR ammunition
• 38 rounds of .38 special ammunition
• A knife with a leather sheath
• Brass knuckles
Police took the man into emergency protective custody for a mental evaluation before taking him to jail. He remains jailed on a $30,000 bond.