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Angry man smashes Grande Prairie driver's windows

Grande Prairie RCMP have charged a 67-year-old man with mischief following an angry confrontation captured on video.

67-year-old charged with mischief after dispute over payment for concrete work

Dennis Tissington, seconds after smashing a car window with a baton.

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A violent roadside confrontation, captured on dramatic video, has led to mischief charges.

Grande Prairie RCMP confirmed they have charged a 67-year-old man.

Damian Dallyn recorded and posted the video on YouTube.

In the video, a man who identifies himself as Dennis Tissington walks over to Dallyn's parked car with a baton and taps on the window.

"Aren't you in enough trouble?" Tissington asks.

"No," Dallyn responds. "Why?"

"You're gonna be," said Tissington. "You're gonna be in the (expletive) hospital if you don't get out of here."

"No, you can't bring a weapon out on me," said Dallyn.

"Yes I can, 'cause I have one."

Moments later, Tissington smashes two side windows before Dallyn drives away.

In a written post, Dallyn said he was there to have a "civil conversation" with the man's stepson, Tyler Stojan.

Dallyn said Stojan took money for some concrete work that was not completed.

"I stopped by to ask what he had done with said money, and if he was going to fix anything," wrote Dallyn.

But in a Facebook post, Stojan said Dallyn showed up twice on the day of the incident, demanding payment and making threats.

"I informed him that I owe him nothing, and would be paying him nothing, and to get off my property and not to come back," wrote Stojan. "We were very concerned about his attentions and whether he was armed. Our two small children were in the house."

Stojan said his stepfather waited for the RCMP after the incident, co-operated fully and has been charged.