Spring HOA president accused of threatening teens with gun

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SPRING, Texas – The president of a Spring homeowner's association has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly threatening a group of teenagers with a gun.

It happened Friday in the Mirror Lake subdivision.

According to court documents, 40-year-old John David Warner threatened a teen with "imminent bodily injury by using and exhibiting a deadly weapon."

The mother of one of the teens heard squealing tires and suspected her son and his two friends were behind the noise.

She said before she could go outside to stop it, the teens said Warner confronted them, showed his holstered gun and said he would put bullet holes in their truck if it happened again.

Warner called the Harris County Sheriff's Office, but when deputies arrived, he ended up in handcuffs, under arrest.

Warner is free on $30,000 bond. He is due back in court in January.

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