DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A man is facing charges of aggravated menacing after officers say he threatened to shoot up the police district.
Fifty-three-year-old Antonio White was booked into the Montgomery County Jail Saturday morning.
According to officials, White called 911 just before 5 a.m. stating, "We gonna shoot up the police district."
Police were then dispatched to White's apartment in the 900 block of Wheatley Avenue to question him.
Officers said White told them he was trying to call his cable company and called 911 by accident. He denied making any sort of threat.
Police stated White then told them he did call 911 because he thought his neighbor across the hall broke into his apartment and stole his property.
White was arrested.
White's cell phone was taken and processed for evidence.
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