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Man arrested for having meth, threatening to kill family

A Columbia man was arrested over the weekend after threatening to kill his family, and having meth with the intent to sell it.

Officers were called Sunday afternoon to the 200 block of Jackal Drive where Ross Day allegedly arrived angry and under the influence of drugs to tell his family they were dead to him and that he was going to kill them.

One of the family members told officers Day may have had a gun with him at the time.

Day left the home in a red Dodge Dakota pickup truck, and officers stopped that truck in the 6000 block of Wagon Trail Road.

Day was a passenger in the truck driven by timothy Martin.

Officers searched the truck and found a black zip up bag containing a scale, two spoons, and several baggies. One contained 8.4 grams of meth.

Day was arrested for 2nd degree domestic assault, unlawful use of a weapon, and distribution/delivery/manufacture/production of meth, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officers did not find a weapon.

Timothy Martin was arrested fordistribution/delivery/manufacture/production and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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