A Perryville man who was reported to be "acting crazy" after an accident on Arkansas 10 threatened to shoot a Pulaski County sheriff's office deputy at the scene, authorities said.
Christopher Michael Davis, 36, is facing charges including first-degree terroristic threatening, careless driving, driving with a suspended license and driving while intoxicated, jail records show.
According to an arrest report, a deputy was called to assist with an accident in the 27000 block of Arkansas 10 "in which the driver was acting crazy."
Authorities say the deputy tapped on the front window after finding Davis sitting in his locked car and appearing to be sleeping.
"The driver flipped me off and began to reach behind the seat," the deputy wrote in the report. "I drew my weapon and [ordered] the subject out of the car. The subject said '[If] you come at me, I will shoot you.'"
Police say Davis was arrested after a "brief standoff."
The report did not indicate whether Davis was armed or how the wreck occurred.