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Butte Man Arrested for Assault with a Weapon

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A Butte man is held on a felony assault with a weapon charge for allegedly pointing a hunting rifle at his girlfriend in Melrose over the weekend.

Butte-Silver Bow County police arrested 23-year-old Sean Dunville Sunday afternoon.

Late Saturday night, Danville's girlfriend went to the Butte-Silver Bow County police station to notify officers her boyfriend assaulted her outside of Lively's Bar in Melrose.

Police say the woman claimed Dunville grabbed her and pointed a rifle in her direction.

Dunville remains in custody at the Butte-Silver Bow County Detention Center.

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