Man Accused Of Shooting At Cable Company Worker

It is being reported that Guy Tellis, a 26-year-old Warren resident shot at a Wide Open West employee who was attempting to disconnect his cable last Friday. Warren Police Detective William Ashcraft reportedly said a WOW employee knocked on Tellis' door around 11:30 Friday morning to inform him he was shutting off the cable. Nobody answered. The technician went to the backyard and climbed the pole where the cable was connected. At that time, Tellis allegedly came to the door wall of the home and pointed a gun at the man. As the cable worker was trying to get down off the pole, he claims he "heard what he thought was a gun shot." Warren police came to the house and arrested Tellis. A handgun was recovered.

Tellis was arraigned late Monday and charged with one count of felonious assault. A preliminary examination is scheduled for December 7th.

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