A Derby man who was arrested for drunken driving late Tuesday night was arrested a second time early Wednesday morning for firing a handgun. Kristopher Lauderbach, 37, pleaded not guilty in Court on Wednesday to felony unlawful restraint and misdemeanor charges of domestic assault and four misdemeanor charges of reckless endangerment. Lauderbach was also charged with aggravated domestic assault and possession of a weapon while committing a felony. Lauderbach has two felony convictions and two violations of probation in the state of Vermont. Lauderbach also has a criminal record in the state of Texas. Vermont State Police said that just a few hours after Lauderbach’s alleged drunken driving arrest on July 25, dispatch began receiving multiple 911 hang-up calls and a call from multiple children at Lauderbach’s residence. Police arrested Lauderbach at the scene. The investigation revealed that Lauderbach grabbed a handgun when he got home. Lauderbach then fired the gun in a field in front of the house and in the garage. The mother stated that she attempted to exit the garage door to the driveway but Lauderbach blocked her from exiting. Lauderbach faces a possible sentence of over 20 years in prison and $59,000 in fines.