DETROIT, Dec. 22 (UPI) -- Political consultant Sam Riddle was arrested on a domestic assault complaint after his girlfriend caught him with another woman, Detroit police said.
Officers said when they went the townhouse Riddle shared with former Michigan state Rep. Mary Waters, they recovered two guns, including a shotgun, the Detroit Free Press reported Tuesday.
Police said Waters found Riddle with another woman and got a camera while Riddle got a shotgun and pointed it at her.
Besides Riddle, police arrested the unidentified woman for having a small amount of marijuana in her possession and outstanding traffic warrants, police spokesman John Roach said.
Riddle also faces unrelated federal charges in the Synagro Technologies sludge-hauling contract scandal with the city of Detroit. Riddle's confrontation with police Monday could lead to a revocation of his bond in his federal cases, where he was ordered to "not commit any offense in
violation of federal, state or local law while on release," the Detroit News reported.
In the Synagro matter, Riddle is accused of delivering a bribe to former Detroit Councilwoman Monica Conyers for her vote to give a $1.2 billion sludge disposal contract to Synagro.