Court papers say meeting led to threats with baseball bat
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JACKSON, Tenn. — A meeting in Jackson went downhill Sunday as a man threatened another man with a chair and then a baseball bat. Police say two men were meeting at an address in the 200 block of North Highland Avenue when Charles Miller became upset, picked up a chair and acted like he was going to hit the other man, according to an affidavit. Miller allegedly said “I am going to hurt you,” and shortly afterward went outside and got a wooden baseball bat out of his trunk and came back inside the building. He then reportedly threatened to hit the man while holding and swinging the bat before putting the bat back into his truck and leaving, according to the affidavit. Police located Miller shortly afterward at his residence and found a wooden baseball bat in his trunk, the document states. Miller is charged with aggravated assault.