Mcgee is accused of sending threats to a woman. According to the warrant, when Mcgee was approached by officers, he refused to speak to them because they were not Christians. Mcgee reportedly told officers he knew karate and “made motions with his hands as if getting into a karate stance.” Mcgee then walked away and ignored the officers, thus hindering the investigation, according to the warrant.
Mcgee is in custody of Cobb County police and his bond is $2,500.
— Francis Farmer