A Hubbard man has been arrested after allegedly threatening women he says were blocking his pickup truck along a local street.

Police booked 31-year-old Daniel Good into the county jail on one felony count of aggravated menacing and a misdemeanor count of criminal damaging after arresting him on Sunday.

Three women say they were in the process of moving cars along Doris Drive when a pickup truck pulled up, honking its horn.

According to the police report, when the truck got past one of the cars, the truck went around the block and returned.

Good, who was driving the truck, admitted to police that he got out and used a box cutter to damage two of the cars.

As Good told his side of the story, police say he ate pizza that had fallen to the floor of his pickup.

The report says Good laughed as he told the officer that “they got out of the way then!” when he pulled out the box cutter and damaged two of the cars that had been in his way.

One of the women told police that Good had threatened to kill her.

Good was scheduled answer the charges in Girard Municipal Court on Monday.