An Indiana father won’t be watching his son play football anytime soon after he was arrested for shooting his son’s football coach.
On Saturday, local police took Cameron Parks into custody almost two weeks after he was accused of shooting the 36-year-old victim, according to KansasCity.com
According to the report, Parks allegedly forced another man at gunpoint to knock on the door to the coach’s home and then fired his weapon when he opened the door. Investigators later learned that Parks “previously had a disturbance” with his son’s coach. That argument happened at a football game in Tennessee where Parks’ son injured his leg. Parks threatened the coach and his girlfriend while at the hospital, telling them “they would have to move or would live in fear,” a witness told police.
Parks also allegedly called the coach on his phone and left intimidating messages.
He has since been charged with aggravated battery, kidnapping, unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon, battery by means of a deadly weapon, intimidation and pointing a firearm.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.