WEST DEPTFORD, N.J. (CBS)—On October 4th, an argument in the parking lot of a dollar store turned dangerous and lewd when a male allegedly threatened another male with a pocket knife and exposed himself in front of a female and her six-year-old daughter.
At approximately 4:21 p.m. West Deptford K9 Officer Joseph LaMalfa reported to the Dollar Store following reports of an altercation in the parking lot.READ MORE: Deputy John Foster Identified As Montgomery County Bomb Squad Member Injured In Philadelphia Fourth Of July Fireworks Shooting
There he met Barry Norton and Gina Williams.
Norton told LaMalfa that he had been waiting for Williams by the Dollar Store, when he saw Stephan Mullin say something to Williams as she passed by him.
The statement caused Norton to verbally confront Mullin.
After some back and forth arguing, Mullin pulled out a small pocket knife and said he was going to stab Norton “in his fat belly.”
Williams then walked out of the Dollar Store and saw Mullin waving the pocket knife at Norton. She immediately became concerned for Norton and her six-year-old daughter in the backseat of the car.READ MORE: Philadelphia Fourth Of July Shooting: 2 Police Officers Injured After Shots Fired During Fireworks Show On Ben Franklin Parkway
Mullin then allegedly pulled his pants down and completely exposed himself to Williams, Norton and the six-year-old girl and said something lewd. He then turned and ran to his vehicle and drove away.
Williams and Norton took note of Mullin’s license plate and provided it to the police.
Mullin was served at his home after police tracked his license plate number.
He was charged with threatening to kill, possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes and lewdness.
No court date has been scheduled.MORE NEWS: WATCH: Philadelphia Police Hold Press Conference After 2 Officers Injured In 4th Of July Shooting On Parkway