A Spokane man was arrested early Saturday for allegedly threatening a man with a handgun, then running into him with his SUV.
Christopher Gregory told police he confronted Ike Scott Smith, 30, about a woman named Lisa and property that might be in his home at 7722 N. Altamont St. about 6 a.m. Saturday.
Smith told Gregory he didn't know what he was talking about and got inside his Ford Explorer. Gregory knocked on the SUV's window, and Smith rolled the window down, stuck a gun in Gregory's mouth and threatened to shoot him, according to court documents.
Gregory ran to his car that was parked on Altamont, but Smith backed his Explorer out of the driveway and onto Altamont, then used it to push Gregory into the driver's door of his car.
Gregory fell down and scraped his right arm, right knee and lower back area. Deputies found Smith at North Haven Street and East Hoffman Avenue about 7:20 a.m. and say he ran from the Explorer when he saw them. Police caught up with him and found a gun in the SUV, as well as dents consistent with striking Gregory.
Smith was booked into jail for two counts of first-degree assault, resisting arrest and felon in possession of a firearm.