A man accused of pointing a gun at Douglas County sheriff’s deputies when they broke down his door during an eviction was found guilty of unlawful use of a weapon, menacing and other charges. Henry “Hank” John Kuester, 64, was on trial in Circuit Court for confronting deputies after they forced their way into his home in the 2200 block of Booth Avenue on Aug. 7. Deputies retreated and the resulting three-hour standoff ended with sheriff’s deputies using an explosive device and tear gas to force Kuester out of his trailer and into custody. Deputies testified Wednesday they called out …
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