An Aberdeen man accused of threatening a witness with a knife has been charged in Grays Harbor Superior Court.
Glenn D. Black III, 36, pleaded not guilty to second-degree assault Monday.
According to court documents, Black struck a car near First and B streets in Aberdeen on March 17. He allegedly got out of the car and checked if anyone had called the police before returning to his vehicle and starting the engine.
A witness, who had nearly been struck by Black, according to the documents, went to take a photo of Black’s license plate because he was concerned Black would leave the scene.
Sign Up and Save
Get six months of free digital access to The Olympian
Black allegedly grabbed a long, “Rambo-style” knife and chased the man about 15 feet, shouting that he would kill the man.
Black was being held in Grays Harbor County Jail, with bail set at $250,000.