A Hickory Grove man arrested for yelling and cursing at people from his front porch threatened to kill two sheriff’s deputies and set fire to the home of one of the officers, according to the York County Sheriff’s Office.
Kyle Rashaurd Good, 27, of Church Street, was charged with two counts of threatening the life or family of a public official, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, according to jail records.
Good was yelling and cursing at people across the street in a park from the front porch of his western York County home about 5 p.m. Monday, according to a sheriff’s report. He struggled with officers who tried to handcuff him, and threatened to kill one of the deputies.
While being escorted to a patrol car, Good threatened to kill a second officer, deputies. During the ride to the jail, Good continued threatening the first officer and told the second officer he was going to “burn down” his home “when he got out of jail.”
“Kyle stated that he doesn’t get mad, he gets even and that’s what will happen when he gets out of jail,” the report states.
He remains at the York County Detention Center under $15,262 bond.