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Bayside Marina owner Alan Schneider is once again in trouble with the law.
His most recent legal issue occurred on Saturday at the marina, which is located at 134 Bayside Drive, Ten Mile.
According to a Roane County Sheriff’s Office incident report, Schneider used an excavator to move a trailer while a woman was still inside.
“I made contact with the female, who stated that she was inside the trailer when the trailer began to move,” the report said. “She added that her 9-year-old son was just outside the trailer yelling for her to jump out.”
The report said the woman “had a visibly swollen ankle after having to jump from the trailer.”
“Deputy Stan Hohulin assisted me on this call and spoke to a neighbor who stated that he saw a commotion followed by the 9-year-old running to his home for help,” the report said.
Schneider, 44, was arrested and charged with two counts of reckless endangerment.
He also has a charge of aggravated assault still pending for an April 29 incident at the marina.
Schneider allegedly pointed a gun in that incident.
According to the report, a deputy removed a .357 Magnum revolver loaded with six hollow-point bullets from Schneider’s pocket.
The incident reportedly started when a woman arrived to work on removing her trailer from the camping area.
“She states Alan yelled at her to move her car from the area he was grading,” the report said. “When she told him she was disabled, he yelled at her to move it or he would have it towed.”
The report said the woman moved her car, but the dispute with Schneider continued.
“She told him it (the car) was out of the way and not where he was grading,” the report said. “She and the witnesses state he said he was going to the house and get a gun. She states he then returned from the house approaching them with the revolver in his hand and pointed it at them.”
According to property records, Schneider purchased the marina in 2011 for $700,000.
Phone messages left for him at the marina were not returned.