A Montclair man was arrested last Tuesday after police say he became aggressive and refused to leave a courtyard on Greenwood Avenue.
Darien Grady, 20, faces multiple charges, including disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and making terroristic threats, as well as a summons for loitering, according to police.
The Montclair Street Crimes unit was patrolling the area of 50 Greenwood Ave. on Aug. 27 at 4:40 p.m. and observed several people who are not residents hanging out in the courtyard of the property, according to the police report.
Management had informed the police that loitering will not be tolerated on the property and that charges would be pressed against anyone found loitering, police said.
Officers advised the group of the property manager's wishes and when they were asked to leave all did except Grady, police said.
Grady became irate and refused to get off the property, cursing at the officers in front of several residents including young children, cops said.
When he was asked to stop cursing, police said, he continued and became more aggressive and he was arrested.
Bail was set by Judge Richard Insley at $25,000 cash or bond.
An 18-year-old woman and three men were shot on Mission Street in early August. Two of the four victims of that shooting were targeted by a gunman in July. Two people have been charged in connection with a June shooting on Mission Street where a man was wounded in the leg.