OGDEN -- Police booked a man into the Weber County Jail over the weekend who is accused of firing his gun at his pregnant girlfriend.
Anthony Aaron Gonzales, 20, left a party on Halloween with his girlfriend at about 5 a.m. after an argument.
When they arrived home at 2465 Monroe Blvd., Apartment 5, the couple continued to argue and Gonzales pulled out his .32 automatic pistol and fired low at a south wall of their second-story apartment, hitting the floor.
When another person came into the room, Gonzales fired two shots at her feet. After the shooting, the women and the children left the home to stay with a relative.
In the end, no one was injured, including those in the surrounding apartments.
A warrant was issued for Gonzales's arrest and the Weber County Sheriff's Office picked him up on Saturday.
Because children were present in the home, he will face stiffer charges, including aggravated attempted homicide. The charges are compounded by the fact that Gonzales was arrested less than a month later for a robbery Dee's Family Restaurant.
He was one of four men who are charged with holding up the restaurant at 3360 Washington Blvd. just after midnight on Nov. 29.
A shot was fired into the floor to impress employees and patrons with the seriousness of their intent. They took cell phones and money from the people, ripped out the restaurant phone and a cash register drawer. Police found the men shortly after by following a GPS signal on one of the phones.
"Being felony on felony, he might not be bailable on the offense," Lt. Scott Conley of the Ogden Police Department said.
His prior record also can have him labeled as a habitual criminal.
"He's involved in multiple criminal felonies in multiple days," Conley said.
Among the charges against Gonzales include threat with a weapon, aggravated attempted homicide, reckless endangerment, concealed weapon and domestic violence in presence of a child.