Three people were charged over the weekend with dangerous offenses, according to Marion County Prosecuting Attorney David Clayton.

Three people were charged over the weekend with dangerous offenses, according to Marion County Prosecuting Attorney David Clayton.

Randy C. Majors was charged with Unlawful Use of a Weapon, a class D felony, by allegedly pointing a loaded handgun at a man and the class E Unlawful Possession of a Weapon by being a convicted felon and possessing a firearm. His bond is set at $25,000 cash or surety. According to the Hannibal Police Department probable cause statement, Majors allegedly pointed a handgun at a neighbor following a domestic dispute.

Trenton S. Woodside was also charged in a separate matter of Unlawful Use of a Weapon, a class D felony, for allegedly pointing a loaded shotgun and threatening to shoot a man. His bond is also set at $25,000 cash or surety. A witness who spoke with police officers alleged that Woodside was yelling and that he said he was going to beat up a friend who had been making fun of him.

James A. Bales was also charged with the class E felony of Assault in the 3rd degree by allegedly grabbing a man around the neck, picking him up and throwing him down. According to the probable cause statement, he assaulted his employer and picked up a flower vase like he he was going to throw it before he set it back down.

A class D felony carries a range of punishment up to seven years in prison, one year in jail or a fine up to $10,000 or a combination. A class E felony carries a range up to four years in prison, one year in jail or a $10,000 fine.