By Associated Press - Friday, October 9, 2015

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - A Winslow man has pleaded guilty to pointing a loaded gun at two of his sons and the boyfriend of his ex-wife, a former state representative.

The Kennebec Journal ( ) reports 50-year-old Wilfred Morissette entered guilty pleas to three counts of reckless conduct on Thursday at the Capital Judicial Center.

Winslow police say former state Rep. Susan Morissette, three of her four children and her boyfriend drove into her driveway in May 2014 to find Wilfred Morissette outside his house across the street with a gun. Her boyfriend called 911 and police took Morissette into custody and seized a loaded handgun from him.

Each charge against Morissette carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison. He will be sentenced on Oct. 16 and remains free on $5,000 cash bail.

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