An employee of a Venice waste disposal company has filed a complaint with the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office and the Sarasota County Commission after he claims sheriff’s deputies “trained their guns on him” after a traffic stop two weeks ago.

42-year old Aaron Hunter had just left his home in Sarasota heading to work in Venice when he was pulled over, then berated by police during the traffic stop.

The Herald-Tribune says Hunter claims deputies swore at him and claimed a deputy told him “If we were the city police you would be lit up.”

A sheriff’s office spokeswoman told the paper no weapons were pointed at the man, and one deputy claimed to have shook Hunter’s hand at the end of the stop.