A man wanted on a warrant for an armed home invasion robbery was arrested after he was found sleeping in his car in Hollywood, police said.
Evan Michael Leif, 32, was charged for possession of cocaine and threatening a public servant after his arrest Sunday, according to an arrest report.
Leif was being held without bond Monday, jail records showed. No attorney was listed.
According to the arrest report, an officer responded to the 3800 block of N. 47th Avenue for a call of a suspicious vehicle. The caller said a shirtless man was sleeping in a white Nissan.
As an officer approached, the Nissan drove away but was stopped nearby. During the stop, the officer was told the driver, Leif, had an active felony warrant for armed home invasion robbery.
During a search of the car, officer found a small pink baggie filled with cocaine, as well as a firearm in the trunk, the report said.
While in custody, Leif became "extremely confrontational and aggressive," the report said.
"I could take your lives right now, everyone has a phone number, address, and home and I can find them," Leif said, according to the report.