Man arrested after pointing gun at patron inside Mount Clemens bar

By: Julie Snyder | Mount Clemens - Clinton - Harrison Journal | Published April 29, 2015



MOUNT CLEMENS — A 45-year-old Harrison Township man is facing a pair of felony charges after he allegedly pointed a gun at another patron inside a Mount Clemens bar recently.

Macomb County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to Madison’s Pub, 15 N. Walnut St., at 1:30 a.m. April 18 after the man, identified as Ramiz Gigic, reportedly brandished a gun inside the establishment following a confrontation with a 22-year-old Mount Clemens man.

According to the complainant, there was a verbal exchange between himself and Gigic, after which time Gigic allegedly walked past, pulled a handgun from his waistband, pushed the barrel of the gun into his stomach and called him a derogatory term, according to the sheriff’s report.

The 22-year-old told deputies that he retreated and reported the incident to the bar security staff, who in turn contacted the Sheriff’s Office.

Gigic exited the bar and walked to a black Ford Edge that was parked in the Roskopp parking lot located at the rear of the establishment. He then tried to return to the bar, but was denied admittance.

When deputies arrived, they recovered a loaded, black .38-caliber Rohm revolver from Gigic’s vehicle. He was arrested and booked at the Macomb County Jail.

Lt. John Michalke said Gigic was given a $10,000 interim bond by the weekend magistrate. “He posted this bond and is now out,” he said.

Gigic is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon/felonious assault, a four-year felony, and carrying a concealed weapon, a five-year felony.

His next court date is May 15. At press time, district court files showed that no attorney had yet been assigned to represent Gigic.