Sonoma County sheriff's deputies arrested two people for shooting at, and making threats to a victim Saturday morning, sheriff's officials said.
Deputies responded to a report of a neighborhood disturbance in the 20000 block of Highway 116 in Monte Rio at about 7:30 a.m., sheriff's officials said.
The victim called out towards the suspects, concerned they were hurting dogs when she heard a dog yelp, according to the sheriff's office.
A woman, Lynette Domer, 26, of Sebastopol, immediately confronted the victim. Shortly after, Allen Faron, 26, of Sebastopol, also confronted the victim, the sheriff's office said.
Separated by a wooden fence, Faron told the victim she would be sorry and pulled a gun from his waistband, according to sheriff's officials.
Faron made a threatening statement to the victim while pointing the gun at her face, then lowered the gun and shot off one round toward the base of the fence, the sheriff's office said.
The victim then ran to her home and dialed 911, sheriff's officials said.
As the 911 call was being made, Faron and Domer fled in a car with three dogs. A deputy located the car in Sebastopol near Bodega Avenue shortly after and conducted a traffic stop, sheriff's officials said.
Domer and Faron were arrested and booked into Sonoma County Jail.
The three dogs were brought to animal control.
Domer was booked on suspicion of accessory to a crime. Faron was booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, threat with intent to terrorize, willful and negligent discharge of a gun, and a violation of probation.
Deputies later found a gun in the car during a search, according to the sheriff's office.
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