LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A man is facing felony charges after allegedly pulling a gun on two teenage girls and a third person after a money dispute.

Police say 37-year-old Chad Carter pulled the gun on the teens, ages 13 and 16, as they were walking to a gas station with a neighbor. After Carter pulled the gun, the trio ran back to the teens' home and called police, according to an arrest warrant.

Police say Carter's actions stemmed from an argument that occurred earlier in the day. At that time, Carter became angry with the girls' father after he asked Carter to repay a $15.00 loan. The man asked Carter to leave his home, according to an arrest warrant, and Carter became angry.

About 30 minutes after that initial argument, Carter allegedly showed up at the man's home again with other people, and started kicking on the door, yelling that they were going to beat the man up, according to police.

A neighbor called police after they allegedly heard Carter threaten to get a gun. An hour later, Carter allegedly pulled the gun on the man's teenage daughters.

Carter was charged with several counts of wanton endangerment.

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