Updated:CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
A Charlotte man’s lawyer confirmed to Channel 9 that his client was arrested because his name allegedly showed up on a terrorism watch list.
Activist James Tyson was arrested Sunday for driving with a revoked license. Channel 9 has learned, a police officer added a note in his court documents calling him a threat.
Tyson’s attorney, Derek Fletcher, told Channel 9 Tyson’s bond was initially set up at $10,000.
He also said prosecutors tried to get the judge to keep him behind bars during the Democratic National Convention.
Fletcher convinced the judge to reduce the bail to $2,500, calling it excessive. Tyson is out of jail after posting bail.
Fletcher did not have any additional details on Tyson's arrest when Eyewitness News reached him early Tuesday morning.
Charlotte man arrested after name shows up on terrorist watch list, lawyer says
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