Columbus police arrested a man late Tuesday after he told an officer he’d drink a beer in the middle of the street, reports state.
Jimmy Chavis, 51, is charged with terroristic threats and acts, obstruction of an officer and disorderly while intoxicated, police said.
According to reports, Chavis approached an Old Cusseta Road mobile home Tuesday night and told the people inside he’d kill them. An officer responded to the area and spoke to Chavis, who told the officer to leave.
The officer then old Chavis he’d be arrested unless he returned home, police said.
“At that time he stated he was going to the store to get a beer and come back and drink it in the street and there isn’t (anything) police could do,” reports state.
The officer then tried to arrest Chavis, who began to resist, police said.
“The subject then told officer that if she Tased him he would kill her,” reports state. “He further stated that if he had his pistol he would kill her.”
The officer then used a stun gun on Chavis. He was taken to the hospital before being booked into the Muscogee County Jail, police said.