A man who allegedly threatened to kill the staff at the local jail after being arrested on public intoxication charges had four counts of retaliation for a past action logged against him last weekend in Murfreesboro.
Police initially responded to South Bilbro Avenue to an unwanted guest call. Once on the scene, officers found 33-year old Kawone Marquise Henderson, who was allegedly banging on the door of the home in question. A police arrest report shows that authorities believed that Henderson was intoxicated. As a result, Henderson was placed in handcuffs and transported to the local jail located at 940 New Salem Highway.
Henderson then received a ride in an ambulance to St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital where he was X-rayed so that police could determine if he really had a gun concealed in his cast. The X-ray showed no weapon was in the cast. He was then asked to consent to a urine sample, but refused.
He was medically cleared at the hospital and transported back to jail. His bond was set at $50,250. His court date was set for this May.