CHARLESTON, Ore. -- A woman was arrested for threatening a man with an axe.
The Coos County Sheriff's Office said Annette Miles was arguing with a man on Charleston Road in Charleston on October 23, 2017. Deputies said she had just been released from the county jail at the time.
They said she accused a man of stealing her Oregon Trail card. Deputies said Miles threw a rock through the window of the man's van. They said she then threatened to cut the man with an axe.
Deputies arrested miles for Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Menacing, Harassment x2, Disorderly Conduct II and Criminal Mischief III.
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