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UPDATE: Police Arrest Idaho Man Accused of Videotaping Kids

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A lawyer for a Boise man accused of videotaping children playing in a front yard and pointing a loaded handgun at their mother says he acted as a concerned neighbor.

Police arrested 38-year-old Travis Brumley late Friday after finding him crouched behind a fence near the home in north Boise where the children were playing.

Brumley's attorney, Brian Blender, told a 4th District Court judge Monday that the man videotaped the kids because they were playing in the street and he wanted to show police that they were not safe.

Detectives say at one point, Brumley pulled a handgun on the children's mother after she confronted him.

Brumley faces two charges, felony aggravated assault and being in possession of a firearm while intoxicated, at an Aug. 30 preliminary hearing.
      

      
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