A Carlsbad man who allegedly shot at two women was sentenced to nearly five year’s probation, according to Fifth Judicial District Court records.
Stuart Dollar, 32, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against a household member, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, interference with communications, DWI, negligent use of a deadly weapon, no proof of insurance, evidence of registration and driving while license was suspended, court records read.
In a criminal complaint filed by Carlsbad police, Dollar was allegedly intoxicated when he pulled up to a Carlsbad residence on June 4, 2020 where he demanded money owed to him by a woman at the residence.
Police said Dollar left the property and came back armed after a short verbal argument and pointed the gun at two women and fired a shot, just missing them.
According to the criminal complaint, Dollar grabbed a phone from one of the women as she was calling police and tossed it.
Dollar was later arrested by police after he allegedly gave officers a false name.
Riley suspended prison sentences for Dollar after he appeared before her on March 1 and was given credit for time served on his probation sentences, per court records.
Seven of Dollar’s sentences run concurrent with count one and Riley recommended drug and alcohol assessment, 60 hours of community service, restitution for one of the women and interlock installation, according to court records.
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