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More trouble for the victim in a samurai sword attack last month.
Kenneth Sipes fought off an assailant last month, but now police say he is in trouble for threatening someone with a gun. The alleged incident happened at a Springs apartment complex on April 7. He and another man, Craig Mazique, were arrested during a traffic stop April 9.
Sipes will make his first court appearance Wednesday.
Sipes was injured in early March after his neighbor allegedly swung a sword at his face. Sipes told police he heard a knock at his door, and when he opened it the suspect attacked him.
That suspect, Sean Knapp, was in court last week.
Police say Sipes is a convicted felon, and faces charges for menacing and having a gun.
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