KINGMAN - The driver of a vehicle was arrested for alleged threatening actions after Wednesday's Walk Away from Drugs event.
At 8 p.m., officers received reports of a reckless driver attempting to run over people returning from the walk in the parking lot of Smith's Food & Drug on of Stockton Hill Road. Smith's was one of the starting points for the walk.
The investigation alleges that a Jason M. Gould, 31, of Kingman had become impatient with a large group of people returning from the walk. He did not want to wait for people to pass and drove aggressively toward them, almost striking several people, including a mother and her baby.
Gould was reportedly cursing at people as he was driving.
He then got out of his vehicle and confronted the group of people, threatening and cursing at them.
When Kingman Police officers arrived he continued to be aggressive and had to be forcibly taken into custody. He was booked in the county jail on suspicion of two felony counts of endangerment, nine misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct and one misdemeanor count of reckless driving.