WATERVILLE — A Maine lawmaker charged with pulling a gun in a parking lot confrontation in Waterville is due to make his initial court appearance.

Republican Rep. Frederick Ladd Wintle of Garland was jailed over the weekend after being charged Saturday with criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon and carrying a concealed weapon. He is due in court this afternoon.

The confrontation happened outside a Dunkin’ Donuts in Waterville. The victim told police that Wintle accused him of being a drug dealer and mentioned the death of a boy earlier in the week in a homeless shelter.

Lawmakers have expressed concern about Wintle’s increasingly erratic behavior. House Speaker Robert Nutting asked that a judge make it a condition of bail that he’s banned from the State House complex in Augusta.