Johnson City police arrested a 24-year-old man Tuesday on a charge that dumped a computer on a vehicle in a fit of anger.
Andre McKinney, 1755 Todd Drive, was arrested after he struck, kicked and dumped a computer on a RHA Health Services vehicle after he became angry with his caregivers, police said in a news release.
McKinney was charged with vandalism over $1,000.
He was jailed at the Washington County Detention Center on $10,000 bond pending a Sessions Court appearance Thursday.
In November. McKinney was arrested at the same address on accusations that he assaulted another man with his fist, canned goods and a table leg. Police said McKinney had thrown various debris from the home into the yard because of his anger.
McKinney’s case worker had told him to clean up the mess, but McKinney allegedly struck him in the face with a “sucker punch.”
The struggle continued, with McKinney getting cans of food and throwing them at the case worker. At some point, McKinney got a table leg from among the debris in the yard and struck the case worker several times in the face with it, according to a police report.
Someone eventually called police, who struggled to subdue McKinney. McKinney was taken to the ground and a stun gun was used on him.