ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Kyle Tanner has been charged with disorderly conduct for yelling at people while simulating that he had a gun during a movie at an Annapolis theater.
Police say that witnesses say a man entered a Bow Tie Cinema theater, sat in the front row and yelled expletives toward the screen and at the moviegoers.
He left the theater twice and then came back, began pointing at audience members while simulating he had a gun, swearing throughout the whole episode.
People started to run out of the theater and police were contacted.
Suspect Kyle Tanner, who matched the suspect description given to police, was stopped by police officers close to the area of Old Solomon's Island Road and Forest Drive, which is near the theater.
He was then arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, reckless endangerment, and second degree assault.
He is being held at at the Jennifer Road Detention Center in Annapolis with a no bail status.
The police department is consulting with the State Attorney's office about the appropriateness of the charges.
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