SHILOH — An East St. Louis man accused of threatening to shoot a man and his two children at their bus stop has been charged with making a terrorist threat and telephone harassment.
Theron D. Hubbard, 27, was arrested on Friday and may face more charges on Monday, Shiloh Police Chief Jim Stover said.
After he was arraigned Friday afternoon, Hubbard kicked out the window of a police squad car in an attempt jump out of the moving vehicle, Stover said.
"When we were arresting him, he wasn't happy about the charges or the $100,000 bond and was extremely uncooperative," Stover added.
Last week, Shiloh police responded to a domestic dispute involving Hubbard, who was accused of calling and texting an acquaintance of Hubbard's estranged wife about 300 times, stating that he was going to shoot the acquaintance and go to the school bus stop, in the 301 N. Main St. neighborhood of Shiloh, and shoot the acquaintance's children and others who might have been at the school bus stop.
Stover said that Shiloh police responded immediately and teamed with Shiloh Elementary School administrators. No children were injured.