Decatur police charged a man with aggravated assault and other offenses after he allegedly threatened another man with a knife.
A police report gives this account.
About 4:30 p.m. on March 21, two Decatur officers were at the 1200 block of Church Street handling an auto accident when a white Toyota Tacoma screeched to a stop on the street and a silver GMC Envoy stopped right behind it.
One driver yelled at the other and the Tacoma pulled into the housing complex parking lot at 1225 Church St. The two drivers got out of their vehicles and walked toward each other screaming. One extended his hand and threatened to stab the other man.
An officer approached the men and one of them walked back toward his vehicle. The officer ordered him to stop and when the man didn't, ran in front of him and pointed his service pistol at the man. The man stopped and police found folding knife when they searched him.
The man with the knife said he just got angry and was "tired of these people." Both men were taken to the DeKalb Jail.
Wilson Langley, 30, of Church Street, Decatur, was charged with aggravated assault, terrorist threats, driving with a suspended license and aggressive driving. Jeffrey Evans was charged with simple assault.