A former Green Lake man has been charged with three felonies related to a domestic incident involving a shotgun last September at his prior South Street residence.

Matthew W. Arbogast, 28, Berlin, was charged last week Friday in Green Lake County Circuit Court with three felonies — first-degree recklessly endangering safety, strangulation and suffocation, and possessing a firearm after a felony conviction — and three misdemeanors — battery, disorderly conduct and intentionally pointing a firearm at another person — with each charge as a repeat offender.

The strangulation, battery and disorderly conduct charges also have been filed as domestic abuse.

The events leading to the charges unfolded the morning of Sept. 23 at 605 South St., less than half a mile down the road from where Harvestfest was underway in downtown Green Lake.

Police received a report of a “barricaded, armed subject” in the upper apartment at that residence, according to the criminal complaint.

In the report, a woman living with Arbogast in the apartment told police that he allegedly choked and punched her, repeatedly threatening to kill her.

At one point Arbogast allegedly grabbed a knife but then left, saying he was going to get a gun.

Read the full story in the Jan. 18, 2018 edition of the Ripon Commonwealth Press.