Police in North Carolina have arrested a teen who allegedly threatened to kill a police officer and a woman.
The 17-year-old was arrested Sunday after a 911 call was made and he told police he was going to shoot someone, according to WTVD.
The teen told officers he was upset over the arrest of his friend and had threatened to go out and shoot a police car, according the news station.
The police department said in a statement that the boy is a juvenile.
The boy has been charged with a felony count of threatening a person in a public place.
A third person was arrested on unrelated charges and was released on a $500 bond.
WTVT reported the 17-month-old boy is also being charged with battery on a police employee and criminal trespass.
Police in Durham said the 17 year old was arrested after they received a 911 caller reporting that a teen was threatening to kill the officers.
Durham Police Department said in an official statement that they are investigating the case and the 17 month old was booked into the Juvenile Justice Center in Durham, North Carolina.
WNCN reported that Durham police were also looking into a separate incident that occurred Saturday in which a 14-year old boy was arrested for “making terroristic threats to kill law enforcement officers.”
WNCNS reported the boy, who was also arrested for the alleged incident, was charged with “making a terroristic threat.”
The teenager is in the custody of the police department and is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.
The Durham Police department said they received the call at 11:54 p.m. on Saturday.
Durham police say they responded to a call that a person was “being violent towards law enforcement,” and found a 15-year -old boy, and a 15 -year – old girl, who were both detained.
Durham authorities also released a video of the alleged threat made by the boy to police officers.