An Oklahoma State wrestler was arrested Friday after being charged for threatening an act of violence and malicious injury to property.
Kyle Crutchmer, 19, is accused of threatening to kill a man and to punching the man’s car on Aug. 6, the court document says.
The charges were filed Thursday and Tulsa County Judge Dawn Moody issued a warrant for Crutchmer, the Oklahoma State Courts Network says.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol arrested him in Tulsa County, the court document says.
Crutchmer was released on a $1,000 bond for each count.
For two years at Union High School in Tulsa, Crutchmer won the class 6A state championship at 170 pounds. Crutchmer also was the Tulsa World All-Metro Wrestler of the Year for two consecutive years.
Crutchmer is scheduled to appear in court 9 a.m. on Monday.