SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Police arrested a man who threatened and shot at a taxi driver who gave a him ride to his home at 340 Sawyer Street early Sunday morning in South Portland.
51-year-old Adam Stockley, of Cape Elizabeth, pulled a gun on his driver and threatened to kill him, according to police.
"He was saying like several times, repeating that word, 'I'm going to kill you tonight, I will kill you tonight," said the driver, who asked to remain anonymous. "I asked him, 'please, don't kill me, don't kill me."
The driver said when Stockley looked away, he got out of the car and ran, and that Stockley fired shots.
"They found five casings right in the general area. They have no idea where the rounds went," said Sergeant Todd Barlow, of the South Portland Police Department.