Kent Police said it is a domestic violence case under investigation.
NBA basketball player Terrence Williams, a former Rainier Beach High School star, was arrested Sunday in Kent for making threats with a gun.
Williams was taken into custody without incident. Kent Police said it was a domestic violence case under investigation.
The incident happened around 1:55 p.m. Sunday in downtown Kent. The victim is a woman who told police she has a 10-year-old son whose father is Williams.
The woman told police that Williams had a scheduled visitation exchange with the boy on Sunday, and during the exchange in a downtown Kent parking lot, the two began arguing. The woman told police that Williams brandished a firearm and made threats. He then left the area.
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Police said they later located Williams and took him into custody.
An investigation is ongoing.
Williams, 25, a basketball guard, has played four seasons in the NBA, most recently with the Boston Celtics. He averaged 4.6 points and 2.4 assists per game this season.