A Little Rock man was arrested Tuesday on accusations he robbed his girlfriend's father at knifepoint and then attempted to rob him a second time weeks later.
The victim told investigators Foreman came to his apartment on Aug. 2, awakened him and forced him at knifepoint to drive to an ATM and withdraw $400, according to a Little Rock police arrest report.
Then on Tuesday morning, Foreman returned, pushing the victim and demanding more money, police said.
The victim "pulled out a firearm from his pocket and fired two shots at Mr. Foreman," the report said.
It wasn't clear whether either of the shots hit Foreman, though he was booked into jail only several hours after his arrest at the victim's residence in the 10400 block of West 36th Street.
The victim identified Foreman as "his daughter's boyfriend," the report said.
A court appearance is set for Tuesday.