A Pennsylvania man was charged with making terroristic threats after allegedly telling a police officer he would stab him with an arrow, The Evening Sun reported.
Police were trying to subdue 48-year-old Anthony Lee Brown after they say he pushed and shoved his stepfather.
Court documents show that Brown, with an arrow in his hand, then allegedly aimed the weapon at one of the officers called to the home and said if he moved toward him, he would be stabbed.
A second officer snuck behind Brown and knocked the arrow out of his grip, according to the documents. Brown subsequently took of his sweatshirt and stepped toward the other cop in an "aggressive manner," the newspaper reported.
Officers used a Taser to subdue him.
Brown is charged with making terroristic threats, harassment, simple assault and reckless endangerment, according to the paper.