TOWN OF BURLINGTON — A town of Burlington man is accused of firing a gun into the ground while intoxicated during a bonfire.
According to a press release from the Racine County Sheriff’s Office, the Racine Communications Center received a call at 9:38 p.m. Saturday that Daniel Dusing, 34, had exited his house and fired a gun into the ground five times.
The caller, as well as four adults and four children, fled the scene so Dusing was alone at the residence. Witnesses reported the incident was the result of an argument the adults had during a bonfire.
Deputies reporting to the scene located and arrested Dusing without incident.
As of the time of the news release, Dusing was being held at Racine County Jail pending charges. Recommended charges include felony recklessly endangering safety, misdemeanor armed while intoxicated and disorderly conduct, all with domestic violence enhancers and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to the Racine County Sheriff’s Office website, his bond is set at $13,250.