Security Guard Arrested at Firing Range
Posted at: 10/24/2012 6:47 PM
| Updated at: 10/25/2012 12:40 AM
54-year-old Steven Gelineau was arrested on Sunday morning, at the law enforcement firing range in Duluth, for an alleged probation violation.
He works as a security guard at the 148th Fighter Wing, but is a non-military state contract employee, according to the Minnesota National Guard.
Court records say that Gelineau is on probation for a DWI conviction from 2011.
He allegedly showed up to work at the firing range, smelling of alcohol. That's according to the police report. Those at the range said the group was getting ready for firearms qualifying.
Police received a call from Gelineau's probation officer, asking them to go do a PBT breath test.
The report says the test was done, and Gelineau blew a .033.
That report also said that Gelineau told police he had an alcoholic beverage on the way to the range.
He was taken to the jail, but has since been released.
The National Guard also said: "The Minnesota Department of Military Affairs will determine appropriate action regarding this matter, pending the receipt of the final incident report from law enforcement."