ROCK HILL — A Lancaster man repeatedly threatened a police officer’s life after he was arrested for allegedly harassing his “baby mamma,” according to a Rock Hill police report.
The 41-year-old woman told police the man called her and threatened to come to her Rock Hill home and “bust out her windows” following an incident earlier in the evening.
When officers found the man walking down Anderson Road, the report states, he had “a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his person. He was arrested and charged with public disorderly conduct.
On the way to jail, the report states, the man repeated yelled and threatened one of the officers, using numerous expletives.
“Wait ‘til...you take these handcuffs off of me...” the man said, according to the report. “Done it before, I’ll do it again...You can hit me with your Taser, I don’t give a ... about that. I’m gonna get you before it hit me, though.
“You gonna feel the wrath!”
When the man was placed in jail, the report states, he was shackled to a bed to “prevent him from causing personal harm or harm to others.”
Monte Larike McIlwain, 33, was charged with threatening the life of a public official.