LEXINGTON, Tenn. - A former Henderson County Sheriff's Deputy accused of pulling a gun on two family members. According to investigators, Bradley Reeves was traveling on Cane Creek road on his motorcycle, Saturday afternoon. His sister-in-law was also on the road in a pickup truck. When the two vehicles met, Reeves reportedly got off his motorcycle, pulled a gun from his saddlebag, and pointed it at his sister-in-law and her son. The woman quickly drove away with no injuries. Reeves is charged with two counts of reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon. Henderson County Sheriff Brian Duke said Reeves was let go from his position the Sheriff's Department more than a year ago after being held in contempt for not complying with a court order.