ALBUQUERQUE, NM (CNN) - A disagreement almost turned deadly after one man pulled a gun on another.
Albuquerque police arrested 43-year-old Chris Williams after they say he held another man at gunpoint as one officer comes face to face with him.
It all started when the 62-year-old victim saw a bumper sticker on Williams' truck. He told police it said derogatory things about President Obama. He didn't know Williams, but wanted to let him know that sticker offended him.
The victim told Williams he should be ashamed of himself. Williams told police he told the victim to get out of his face, but claims that the victim ignored him and the two began to argue.
It soon escalated to the victim ending up on his knees with his hands up, and Williams allegedly holding the gun to the back of the victim's head.
APD officers got there just in time...and possible saved the man's life.
Williams has been charged with aggravated assault and false imprisonment.