Stevante Clark, released to the market last month after police killed his brother Stephon Clark, was arrested on Thursday for four counts that included suspicions of assault with a deadly weapon and death threats, according to jail records of Sacramento County.
Clark, 25, was arrested by Sacramento police shortly after 10 a.m. M. In North Sacramento, authorities said. Currently he is not eligible for bail.
A couple said on Thursday their arrest came after days of escalating conflict between them and Clark at the North Sacramento house they share on Acacia Avenue.
Court records show that the girlfriend requested a restraining order on Wednesday against Clark. The couple said they had allegedly made threats against her, and her request was granted.
Also, in a video posted this week on his Facebook page, Clark said: "I want the mayor, I want the boss." He was seen carrying a dagger or a machete.
He sent audio from the website Broadcastify indicated that several calls entered the police due to problems on Avenida Acacia on Thursday morning. The suspect was not named by the dispatchers.
Sacramento police have been "actively receiving information and conducting an ongoing investigation that led to the arrest today," the sergeant spokesman said. Vance Chandler. He confirmed that the police responded to Acacia Avenue in relation to Clark last week.
Family and friends attributed the fatal police shootout to Stephon Clark on March 18 as the source of Stevante Clark's growing mental health and public-outburst challenges. describing them as a "call for help".
Clark received mental health treatment for inpatients earlier this month after police responded to a 911 call about a disturbance in North Sacramento. He said it was difficult to deal with the death of his brother given public attention after the police shooting.
"At this point, it is a processing of your pain as well as ongoing mental health problems that you are not addressing," said Sonia Lewis, a relative of Clark and a member of Black Lives Matter Sacramento, who alerted family members of the arrest of Stevante Clark. Thursday afternoon.
Although he did not know what led to his arrest, Lewis said he was concerned that Clark was incarcerated instead of receiving mental health treatment. She said she checked Clark frequently to see how he was doing.
Alejandro Reylon Rouska said Thursday that he and his girlfriend rented a room from their Acacia Avenue home to Clark in January. They described Clark as unstable since his brother's death.
Rouska said his girlfriend asked Clark on Monday night to stop shouting at the police through the window of his room. Clark was angry at that request and continued to threaten the life of the bride until Tuesday morning, Rouska said.
Clark refused to leave and the couple sought a restraining order after calling the police several times, Rouska said. They stayed in a hotel for two nights.
"The moment I threaten my girlfriend's life, we have to do something," Rouska said.
Agents responded to Acacia Avenue on Thursday for reports of a suspect in a bulletproof vest hitting cars with a shovel and trying to close a portion of the street with trash cans , according to the audio of the police office.
The dispatch traffic also refers to the suspect as seen in Facebook Live Video that puts on a bulletproof vest and carries a dagger or machete. Clark's Facebook page includes videos of that, with one on Wednesday at 1:19 pm that shows him walking in a front yard putting a long knife in a holster and placing it on his waist.
Clark can be heard muttering about the broadcast, apparently about Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and Police Chief Daniel Hahn, as well as a local pastor. "I want the mayor, I want the boss …", says Clark. a The spectators express alarm for what they are seeing.
"Save that sword, that only gives them a reason to arrest you," one wrote.
Between Thursday's calls to the police, it was reported that someone was hitting cars with a shovel on Acacia Avenue.
"A black man of 20, 5" 8, thin, wearing a white long-sleeved shirt, black bulletproof vest threatened our plaintiff with a shovel, hit the plaintiff's vehicle with the shovel " , reports a dispatcher. " Our friend from 970 Acacia seen wearing a bulletproof vest on Facebook Live yesterday, just for your information, "an official replies.
" It seems that we are receiving multiple calls about it, it is broadcasting live on the Internet, armed with a machete threatening a woman in that direction, "reports a dispatcher.
Officers discussed the formation of a flexible perimeter around the scene as calls continued to arrive and officers reported what they were seeing.
" There is a unit just watching him hit other cars as he passes, "an officer reports.
A few minutes pass and a parole officer calls:" We have a long eye on your boy in Acacia. If you need information, it seems that it is closing the street with garbage cans to the side of Rio Linda. "
Finally, at approximately 10:15 a.m., the agents arrest the suspect." It seems that they are chasing him on foot to the right now, "an officer calls." We're arresting him now, "other radios, adding later," No use of force. "
In addition to the assault and threats allegations, Clark is under suspicion of hooliganism and 911 harassment. He is not eligible for the bail due to a suspension used in various situations, even when an inmate is considered a public safety risk or if the police believe the bail money may come from an illegal source County Sheriff, Sergeant Shaun Hampton. 19659029] Stevante Clark.jpg "title =" Stevante Clark.jpg "/>