UNION COUNTY, N.C. - Police have arrested a man after a SWAT situation shut down part of a Monroe neighborhood for hours Tuesday night.
Officers had to block off Fletcher Broome Road at Corinth Church Road after police tried to serve a warrant on Timothy Eller.
They found writings and drawings that suggested Eller meant to harm them, so SWAT was called in.
Police said Eller had a pellet gun and they arrested him without anyone being seriously hurt.
Eller was charged with communicating threats and misdemeanor stalking.
The roads in the neighborhood were reopened before midnight.
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