BRAXTON COUNTY, W. Va. (WDTV) -- UPDATE
More information has been released regarding an incident involving a contractor, a Communications Workers of America worker and a gun in Flatwoods on Tuesday.
Officials say a man was charged with pulling a gun on a person who was out protesting with the CWA.
The suspect, who is from Georgia, was in town to be a replacement worker for Frontier.
The victim told troopers that he yelled at the suspect saying, "You are taking our jobs!" and followed up with a hand gesture. The victim says the suspect then stopped his car in the road, pulled out a pistol, and said "Don't mess with me."
The name of the suspect has not been released at this time.
State Police have confirmed troopers are investigating an incident involving a contractor, a Communications Workers of America worker and a gun in Flatwoods, Tuesday.
A press release from the CWA Union says State Police "detained an armed temporary Frontier worker who threatened a striker in Flatwoods, WV."
State Police haven't confirmed that information.
A CWA worker told 5 News no one was hurt.
More details are expected to be released, Wednesday.