ROCK HILL A McConnells man was arrested for alleged disorderly conduct and threats made against a York County Sheriff’s deputy, a sheriff’s office report states.
Around 10 p.m. Sunday, a 72-year-old man reported that Robert Timothy Workman, 37, was trying to get into a Brattonsville Road residence. The man was holding the door shut and was armed, and said if the suspect entered his home he would use deadly force, the report states.
Deputies detained Workman, who was reportedly almost in the residence. Workman had an injury to his mouth and had blood visible on his clothing when they arrived. He was intoxicated and thought he was at his own residence, which is 10 miles away according to the report.
Workman denied being treated by medical services and was arrested for public disorderly conduct. During his transport to the York County Detention Center, Workman was belligerent with police, the report states.
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Workman allegedly stated that when he was released, he would come to the deputy’s home, “snatch” him up and he would “feel” what Workman had to give, the report states.
Workman was issued an additional charge of threatening the life of a public official. He is held at the York County Detention Center on a $5,262.50 bond.