Garry L. Allen, 36, of Dixon has been charged with kidnapping and robbery in relation to an incident with his girlfriend recently.
According to the probable cause statement in the case, Pulaski County Sheriff's Department (PCSD) was called to a residence in the Dixon area for a disturbance. Investigating officers reported that the Dixon Police Department was on the scene as well and were taking the statement of the alleged victim in the case.
The alleged victim reported to the investigating officers, according to the probable cause statement, that Allen had held "her at gunpoint with three separate firearms, threatening to shoot her and himself."
The investigating officer wrote in the statement that the victim reported to officers that Allen had "grabbed her by the wrist and took her cell phone, keeping her from notifying 911, and told her she could not leave."
The statement goes on to report that Allen allegedly, at various points in time, ran in and out of the residence, "shooting the firearms," threatened to shoot the alleged victim, "her dog, and himself," even going as far as putting "one of the firearms in his mouth."
The probable cause statement reports that the alleged victim said that, at one point, she was able to get Allen's cell phone, while he was outside, and call one of his family members.
The alleged victim told officers, according to the charging document, that "she is afraid and scared of Garry, describing Garry as having been high, paranoid, schizophrenic, and not taking his psychiatric medications for the past month."
Officers reported that they found three cell phones that Allen "said belonged to" the alleged victim, "a small clear bag of marijuana," and three firearms "located in and outside the home." The firearms are reported to be a Rossi 410 shotgun with "a spent 410 shotgun shell in the chamber, a Remington 30-06 rifle with one bullet in the chamber and three in the magazine, and an empty Heritage Rough Rider revolver."
The probable cause statement reported that the revolver was discovered in the driveway and the shotgun was found outside "along the south side of the home," while the rifle was found inside with one bullet in the chamber.
Officers reported that neither the alleged victim, now Allen had apparent physical injuries, but Allen claimed that the alleged victim was "attempting to poison him and set him up for a robbery."
"Garry appeared to be under the influence of an unknown drug, unable to stay focused in the present, and had emotional swings," The reporting officer wrote in the probable cause statement.
Allen has been charged with one count of kidnapping in the first degree, a class B felony, which can carry a sentence between five years and 15 years, but requires that the individual serve at least 85 percent of the sentence if they are convicted.
He has also been charged with one count of class A felony robbery in the first degree which can carry a sentence of between 10 and 30 years if convicted.