A Kentucky man is accused of terrorizing his next-door neighbors by pouring gasoline outside their home and painting “KKK wants you to burn” on their fence.
Douglas Poynter, 51, was allegedly caught green-handed after painting the racist threats on his Louisville neighbor’s property Monday and then fetching his shotgun while vowing to kill them all, WDRB reported.
The frightened family told police Poynter was found on the other side of the vile message — accessorized with a cross erected underneath reading “burn” — appearing so drunk he could barely stand.
Jesus Alamo, whose family lives in the home, told WHAS11 that when he confronted Poynter about the paint the man furiously snapped.
"F—- you. F—- all you immigrants," he allegedly shouted while telling Alamo and his family that he’d kill them the first chance he got.
The alleged racist then took a swing at Alamo, who pushed him back. When the father’s 9-year-old step-daughter said she was going to call 911, Poynter allegedly went inside and came back with a shotgun, according to the arrest report obtained by WDRB.
Alamo said the sicko then pointed the firearm at him while he was holding his 22-month-old son in his arms.
"It scared me, but more than kids," said Alamo.
When police arrived they reported finding Poynter covered in paint but they left without making an arrest.
The next morning Alamo said he walked out of his house and discovered gasoline poured outside all three entrances of his home.
After calling police and while waiting for their arrival, they said Poynter came outside with his shotgun once more and began waving it around at the family.
"Sooner or later, you’re gonna die. You and your family," he told them according to the police report.