A Casco man is being held without bail after his arrest Sunday for allegedly threatening his girlfriend with a stolen gun.

Cumberland County Sheriff’s deputies were called to 331 Tenney Hill Road in Casco just after 8 p.m. after receiving a call that a man had pointed a gun in his girlfriend’s face.

Deputies removed the woman and a 10-year-old boy from the house, but an 11-month-old baby was still in the bedroom where Jeffrey E. Smith Jr. was last seen, police said.

Deputies found Smith there and was arrested without incident. The baby was in her crib unharmed, police said.

Deputies searched the house and found a loaded .40 caliber handgun hidden among clothes in the clothes dryer, police said.

Deputies said the gun had been reported stolen in Androscoggin County.

Smith faces charges of domestic violence criminal threatening with a gun, violating bail conditions, possessing a stolen gun and possession of a gun by a person who is not allowed to have one because of a past domestic violence conviction.

Smith was awaiting trial on a 2014 arrest charging felony theft.

He is being held in the Cumberland County jail without bail and is scheduled for a Feb. 11 court appearance.