By Brandon Longo

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PLEASANTVILLE, N.J. (CBS) – An Atlantic City police officer is facing charges after authorities say he threatened to kill a man in Pleasantville last week.

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It happened on Friday around 9:55 p.m. when police say Alim Adams, 22, of Atlantic City, was following a male victim in a car that was accompanied by two other men.

Adams also allegedly threatened to kill the victim, police say.

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The victim was able to call the Pleasantville police which later led to Adams’ arrest.

Adams was arrested on one count of terroristic threats and released on a summons.

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A spokesperson with the Atlantic City Police Department tells CBS Philly Adams is a Special Law Enforcement Officer but declined to comment further.