RIVERDALE — A man told police he was only trying to get his money back, when he pointed a gun at his victim.
Riverdale Police arrested Antonio Crishawn Herron and charged him with armed robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, battery, criminal trespassing, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of a firearm by a felon, pointing a pistol at another, commission of crime felon with firearm terroristic threats and acts.
Riverdale Police officer, M.R. Tarrant took Herron, 22, into custody Sunday, the same day of his alleged crimes.
The officer said Herron threatened to cause damage to her home and car. Then he went to the apartment and attempted to force his way inside “while brandishing a .25 caliber handgun,” according to the warrantless arrest probable cause affidavit.
Police said Herron had been warned not to come over to the apartment.
Herron, a convicted felon, went to his victim’s apartment and when the door was opened he pointed the gun in the victim’s face. He grabbed her face and pushed her down to the floor.
“[He] stated he was just trying to get his money back,” Tarrant added, in the affidavit.