According to an arrest report, the veteran police officer found himself on the wrong side of the law over the weekend.
The 35-year-old Brown is charged with brandishing a firearm and four counts of assault on law enforcement.
Chesterfield Police tell CBS 6 it stems from an incident at his Alderwood Way home in Chester Friday afternoon. Police say they were called to the house to check the welfare of a family member when Brown met officers at the door.
Police say he shut the door on them then quickly came back with a gun in his hand.
Chesterfield Police say he did not fire the weapon or point it at the officers.
One neighbor tells CBS 6 off-camera that he heard someone yell, ‘Get off my property!’ using a common barnyard epithet.
That Linkedin page says in addition to his job at VUU, Brown is also a sergeant first class in the Army national guard and former VCU police officer.
CBS 6 legal expert Todd Stone says if Brown is convicted of brandishing, that's up to a year in jail with a $2,500 fine and if convicted, each felony assault charge carries a minimum of six months in jail. Brown would also lose his right to carry a weapon.