HANNIBAL (WGEM) — A Hannibal man has been arrested after using a handgun to make threatening gestures towards an officer.
Hannibal Police Lieutenant J.M. Grote reported that on Thursday, around 12:30 p.m. an officer was investigating a crash on North 7th Street when an unrelated vehicle drove by the officer.
A passenger in the vehicle, Damien McCulley, 22, made threatening gestures towards the officer with a handgun and shouted at the officer.
The vehicle McCulley was in was later located and McCulley was taken into custody without incident. A handgun was also recovered from inside the vehicle.
McCulley was previously under investigation for calling in a bomb threat to a local business.
Warrants were issued for McCulley by the 10th Judicial Circuit on Friday.
Grote stated McCulley is being charged with Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Harassment in the First Degree, and Armed Criminal Action for the incident involving the officer.
McCulley is also being charged with Harassment in the First Degree and Making a Terroristic Threat for the incident involving the bomb threat.
His bond is set at $25,000 for each incident. McCulley remains housed in the Marion County Jail.