Norfolk man arrested after threatening people with a gun
NORFOLK - A Norfolk man was arrested Sunday night after threatening people with a rifle in his hand.
According to Norfolk Police Captain Mike Bauer, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of South 16th Street regarding a man threatening subjects in the street by their parked vehicles.
By the time officers arrived, the suspect had went into his nearby home.
The suspect was identified as 27-year-old Caleb Henry. The reporting party told officers that Henry was demanding that they move their parked vehicles from his side of the street.
When they refused, the suspect went back to his home and then reappeared with a rifle.
According to witnesses, Henry then again demanded the cars be moved and threatened the others with the rifle. The victims agreed to move the cars and Henry went back to his home.
Officers went to Henry’s home and knocked on the door. Henry appeared at the door with a rifle in his hands.
Officers asked him to hand the rifle to them and he complied. He was then questioned by the officers about the incident that occurred over the parked vehicles.
At the conclusion of the investigation, Henry was arrested for terroristic threats and use of a weapon to commit a felony.
He was housed in the Norfolk City Jail and later transferred to the Madison County Jail.