Jerome Thompson reportedly charged at a security guard with steak knives.
(Oklahoma County Jail)
An Oklahoma City security guard used nunchucks to take down a man who was armed with two steak knives last week, police said.
Oklahoma City police were called to a report of a disturbance in an apartment complex on June 8, and when officers arrived they discovered that a guard was holding Jerome Thompson, 31, on the ground, according to FOX OKC.
Thompson told the police that he was busy with the handing out of pamphlets at the apartment complex for the incident with the security guard. The guard told officers that Thompson was prohibited in the place.
The man had his stay with the residents of the complex and had drug issues, according to OKC FOX. The guard told the police that he saw Thompson came at him with knives while he was delivering the pamphlets. Thompson allegedly told the guard, he was not leaving and that he was going to kill him.
The guard pulled out the nunchucks and hit Thompson as he is charging, go to the station. The guard was able to hold Thompson down, while bystanders called the police.
The guard was not immediately identified.
Thompson faces assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and the penetration of the complaints, the station reported.
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