Hunter Taylor, 18, of Groveland, Florida is accused of threatening to kill police officers at a Manhattan bus terminal.
NEW YORK (FOX5NY) - A man who lives at a homeless shelter in Brooklyn is being credited with possibly saving the lives of police officers at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
According to police, George Pugh noticed a man carrying a gun who said he wanted to shoot cops. Pugh then alerted some nearby officers who later arrested the man.
Identified as Hunter Taylor, 18, the suspect was allegedly rolling a joint in the main concourse of the bus terminal in Midtown Manhattan at about 3:50 p.m. on Wednesday.
Pugh reportedly wanted to buy marijuana from Taylor so he approached him. That's when Taylor allegedly said he motioned toward a Port Authority cop and said, "I'd like to off that guy."
He was arrested Wednesday afternoon after police found a loaded .38 caliber gun in a bag he was carrying. He faces weapons and drugs charges and is accused of making a terroristic threat.