Published: Aug 08, 2012 1:21 PM EDT

FORT MYERS, Fla.- Lee County Sheriff's deputies arrested 61-year-old David Gould after he allegedly threatened a process server with a gun.

The victim arrived at the residence on the 13000 block of Caribbean Blvd. to serve papers when she was supposedly greeted by Gould who told her to leave, or he was going to call the law. The victim returned to her vehicle and copied down the number on the license plate of the vehicle that was parked in the driveway. When she looked up, Gould was standing before her, pointing a rifle-like gun at her. 

He then put his finger on the trigger and said to the victim, "Pull out or die." As the victim was putting her vehicle in reverse, Gould is accused of screaming at her that she was "gonna die."

When deputies arrived on the scene to investigate, Gould emerged from his residence and yelled, "I'll let you in my house." Deputies immediately recognized Gould as the suspect the victim had described. A safety sweep was conducted of his home and a loaded firearm was located near the front door.

The victim positively identified Gould as the individual who pulled a gun on her.

Gould is facing charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.