LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - According to police, a man was arrested for terroristic threatening at an Arkansas college.
A Little Rock police narrative shows that Aaron Dillard, 32, allegedly threatened another man, as well as others, at Arkansas Baptist College on Martin Luther King Blvd. on Monday just after 6 p.m.
The narrative shows that it all started when Dillard slapped a female as she approached him and when a man nearby began going toward him, Dillard reportedly lifted his shirt and showed a gun to him. He reportedly told the man that he would "scatter him all over the street" and the man backed away. The narrative shows that Dillard then kicked two large dents into the man's vehicle and ran away. Officers were unable to locate him at that time.
Soon after, Dillard reportedly approached several people, including the man he had threatened before, standing on campus at 16th and Bishop streets. When Dillard saw the man from earlier, the report shows that he told him to come out. The security officer, the report shows, told Dillard to leave, but he said he had a gun and he would kill everyone. He then reportedly reached behind his back and the security guard drew his weapon and told him not to move, but he then ran away once again.
After the men shared Dillard's description with authorities, the report shows that police were then able detain Dillard at gunpoint. At that point, the narrative details that he was unarmed.
Police said he was charged with three counts of terrorist threatening, obstruction of governmental operations, and public intoxication.