A Middletown man was in court this morning after he was arrested for allegedly pushing a child off his bicycle and threatening bystanders with a Taser and a samurai sword.
Abdalhakim F. Mousa, 36, of 608 Main Street, was arraigned this morning on charges of interfering with an officer, threatening, breach of peace and reckless endangerment.
Police said that on Aug. 21, Mousa pushed a child off a bicycle outside the Smoke 911 smoke shop on Main Street in Middletown. He was wielding a large-bladed samurai sword and a hand-held Taser and threatened the crowd that had gathered outside the shop.
Mousa struggled with officers when they arrived to arrest him, according to police.
He was released on a $15,000 surety bond and appeared in court this morning.