Anne Arundel man gets 19 years in domestic violence case

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Isaac Perrodin

ANNE ARUNDEL, Md. — A Millersville man was sentenced to 50 years in prison with all but 19 suspended after an incident earlier this year where he fired off a shotgun near his wife, then barricaded himself in his home.

Isaac Perrodin, 38, became “irate” on March 4 while he was looking for his car keys. While he was searching for them, he grabbed a shotgun and yelled for his wife. When she came upstairs, he pointed the gun at her and then fired a shot into the ground.

His wife locked herself and her two children in a bedroom, and called 911 as Perrodin roamed the house with the shotgun.

Police arrived and set up a perimeter, beginning a standoff that lasted an hour before Perrodin finally surrendered himself.

He plead guilty to first degree assault, reckless endangerment and use of a firearm in commission of a crime of violence in August, and was sentenced today by Judge Laura Kiessling.

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