Dyersburg, Tenn. — Dyersburg Police arrested a man they said threatened to shoot a repo man in the face.
Police said they received a call on Sunday from 29-year-old Conrad Jones.
According to police, Jones told them that a local business performed repairs on his car and then threatened to repossess his car for lack of payment.
Jones continued to tell police that he would shoot anyone in the face that attempted to take his vehicle and then hung up, police said.
Not long after, police received a call about an aggravated assault involving a firearm.
When police arrived, they said they found a repo man who claimed that Jones had pointed a gun at him and threatened him.
Police said they found Jones in his car along with a .40 caliber handgun loaded with 36 rounds and arrested him.
Jones is charged with aggravated assault.