A St. Joseph man is accused of threatening a woman in Andrew County with a shotgun after trespassing on her land.
Logan Daniel Cordonnier is charged in Andrew County with felonies for first-degree assault or attempt, armed criminal action, and unlawful use of a weapon. He’s also charged with a misdemeanor of trespass on real property.
According to court documents, a woman was on her way to work Wednesday on Route K when she saw a vehicle parked along side the road in front of her and her husband’s salvage yard.
“She turned around and pulled in front of the vehicle, seeing 3 people running and jumped into the vehicle. The vehicle took off turning onto County Road 375,” said Deputy Joel Cook with the Andrew County Sheriff’s Department.
When they pulled into a driveway, the woman allegedly blocked them in with her vehicle.
“The driver, (Logan Cordonnier) pointed a shotgun out the window,” Cook said. “Said he was going to shoot and kill her if she didn’t back off.”
Cordonnier then allegedly drove off and the woman tailed them into St. Joseph where the St. Joseph Police Department pulled the vehicle over.
“I arrived at 9th and Mitchell where St. Joseph PD had the vehicle stopped. I obtained the shotgun from St. Joseph Police Officer Wall with 7, 12 gauge slug rounds that were in the gun at the time,” Cook said.
Bail for Cordonnier has been set at $35,000. A court date was not yet listed on online documents.