A Washougal man is being held at the Clark County Jail in lieu of $150,000 bail after he was accused of brandishing a gun at people in two different parking lots earlier this week.Johnathon Blake Fulmer, 24, made his first appearance Friday in Clark County Superior Court on allegations of first-degree robbery and first- and second-degree assault.The first incident occurred Tuesday at 2:14 a.m. at Chevron, 165 C St. in Washougal. Steven Riddle was getting gas when he was approached by a man, later identified as Fulmer, who made antagonistic remarks toward Riddle, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in the case.After he was done filling up his truck, Riddle saw the man expose a pistol tucked in his waistline before returning to his car and driving away erratically, the affidavit states.About 2 1/2 hours later, Vancouver police were called to 7-Eleven, 5600 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd.According to court documents, a man, later identified as Fulmer, pulled up in a vehicle and pointed a handgun at Jacob Lepley. The robber demanded that Lepley give him his cellphone, according to court documents.Montreal Massui, a store clerk, was in the parking lot, and the man pointed a gun at him, too, according to the affidavit. Massui stared running, and the man followed him in the vehicle until Massui ran back inside the store, court records state.