(SBG) - Police in Tallahassee, Fla. reportedly issued an arrest warrant Friday for a man who flashed a firearm earlier in Sept. while trying to obstruct four black college students from entering an apartment building.
“After reviewing all of the evidence and consulting with the State Attorney’s Office, a warrant was obtained for Donald Crandall, Jr.," a statement from police reads, according to ABC News.
The suspected violation: improper exhibition of a firearm.
The alleged incident can be seen below:
These are the kind of people that are burning Nike products , we are sick of the discrimination 🗣 never thought I’d have a personal experience with racism like this, this man pulled a gun on us because we were walking up to my friends apartment w/o a key pic.twitter.com/TlMFQjoM1N— zay❕ (@_IsaiahNoThomas) September 8, 2018
“The warrant has been issued at this time, but as of right now he has not been arrested,” Officer Damon Miller of the Tallahassee Police Department told ABC News. “I do not know his whereabouts at this time.”