A Windham man is facing charges after allegedly threatening a game warden with a gun.

Who Was Arrested?

Timothy Flick, 60, of Windham has been charged with criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, aggravated reckless conduct, and obstructing government administration.

What Happened?

The charges stem from an incident that happened at approximately 5:30 Sunday evening at Sebago Lake. Game Wardens were called to the lake, near Point Sebago Campground after reports of a boater who was allegedly acting erratically. A Game Warden responded to the scene and attempted to connect with the boater. But, as the Warden approached the boater identified as Flick, he allegedly pointed a pistol at the Game Warden and threatened him.

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife spokesperson Mark Latti says the Warden, whose name has not been released, kept his distance from Flick and radioed for assistance. The Warden then secured the area on the water to make sure no one else approached the boater.

How Was it Resolved?

Multiple Game Wardens, members of the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office, and a Maine State Trooper responded to the scene. Sheriff's Department personnel were able to engage Flick in conversation and later arrested him without incident.

Flick was transported to the Cumberland County Jail.

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