Mont. man charged with felony, accused of pointing loaded gun at EMS provider
Dennis Jacob Doll reportedly fought and pushed crewmembers after he lost and regained consciousness
By Leila Merrill
HELENA, Mont. — Dennis Jacob Doll was charged with a felony and is accused of pointing a loaded gun at an EMS provider who responded to a call to help Doll at his home.
Doll had been convulsing on Sunday, the Independent Record reported. A friend called 911. After Doll regained consciousness, he started to fight and push the EMS crew that responded.
An EMS provider told authorities that she followed the patient to his room to make sure he was safe after falling and convulsing. That’s when he picked up the gun.
EMS providers left the scene, and deputies surrounded the home. Hours later, Doll stepped out with his hands up and was taken into custody.