Regina police arrested a 34-year-old man who allegedly brandished a handgun after a stranger refused to buy a garden tractor.A male suspect — described as Indigenous, 5-foot-10, with short brown hair, wearing dark sunglasses and a vest — drove into the 3500 block of Dewdney Avenue and unloaded a garden tractor from his truck at about 4 p.m. Sunday The suspect wanted a 33-year-old man to buy the tractor. When the man refused, the suspect pointed a handgun at the victim, police said.The victim walked away from the suspect without injury or further incident. The suspect was not known to the victim.The suspect vehicle was described as a blue Ford F-150 truck with no tailgate. The truck also had a broken passenger tail light and a dent on the passenger side of the box.A vehicle matching the description was spotted in North Central on Monday by a Regina Police Service member. Police said the suspect attempted to avoid the officer by abandoning the truck in an an alley near the 1400 block of Wascana Street and fled on foot. Officers pursued the suspect and used a Taser to make the arrest.The man was assessed by EMS at the scene and transported to cells. Police said he did not suffer any injuries.The 34-year-old man is charged with possession of a firearm obtained by crime, possession of a weapon, possession of a firearm contrary to a prohibition order, possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000, resist arrest, possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 and failure to stop after accident.He makes his first appearance in court Tuesday morning.