White man is arrested for pointing his AR15 at a group of five black bikers in Virginia subdivision

A white man in Virginia was arrested after pointing his AR15 at a group of black bikers parked near his home.

Dennis Lee Berry was charged with brandishing a firearm and was released with an unsecured loan of $ 5,000, the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Department said in a statement.

His semi-automatic rifle was confiscated for evidence, the division added.

Authorities were called to Whelan Ridge Estates – a private subdivision in Partlow, Virginia – at around 8:30 p.m. on June 14 and found five people waiting at the scene.

Dennis Lee Berry was charged with brandishing a firearm and was released with an unsecured loan of $ 5,000, the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Department said

Investigators found that the group had entered a cul-de-sac that was signposted “Private Road No Trespassing,” but the group said they had not seen the sign.

Outside the 5500 block of Whelan Way, the group was confronted by Berry, who waved his gun off his property.

Both Dennis and the group filmed the altercation and called the authorities. At that time, the authorities arrested the gun owner.

Brandon Foster, one of the bikers who filmed the altercation, shared the video on Facebook. He said that he and the group stopped in the area because three members of the party lived in the area.

“We stopped at the dead end to plan and stretch our home route,” he said in a comment under the post of the department. ‘We were there for a few minutes.’

The clip starts showing Dennis pointing the gun at the group, with one of the men explaining that he used to live in the area.

Several of the others can be heard to call the authorities to the crime scene.

“You will definitely go to jail for shooting me, I’m a federal officer,” one of the men in the group told Dennis.

Brandon Foster, one of the bikers who filmed the altercation, shared the video on Facebook He said that he and the group stopped in the area because three members of the party lived in the area

Brandon Foster, one of the bikers who filmed the altercation, shared the video on Facebook. He said that he and the group stopped in the area because three members of the party lived in the area

Dennis points to a sign near his property and explains that others are nearby, but the group keeps telling him they haven't seen any signs

Dennis points to a sign near his property and explains that others are nearby, but the group keeps telling him they haven’t seen any signs

The group asks Dennis if he had

The group asks Dennis if he had “too many beers” before they punished him for bringing out a gun. “You could have just asked us to go,” explains one of the bikers.

Dennis points to a sign near his property and explains that there are others nearby, but the group keeps telling him they haven’t seen any signs.

“Apparently you haven’t searched hard enough,” Dennis tells the group, still holding up the AR15.

The group continues to argue with Dennis about the sign and racism in America.

One of the men asks, ‘You wait all day just to shoot some black people or something?’

Promotes Facebook's post explaining the incident

Promotes Facebook’s post explaining the incident

The group asks Dennis if he drank “too many beers” before punishing him for bringing out a gun.

“You could have just asked us to go,” explains one of the bikers.

Dennis tells the group the cops are coming, and Foster expresses his delight that they are on their way.

He claims the group is being arrested while one of the bikers explains what is happening to authorities on the phone.

In the distance a spectator can be seen watching the scene.

The video ends with the group being told by the authorities to go to the end of the street so they can wait for the authorities to arrive.

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