HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A local gang member is behind bars after being arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, according to West Virginia State Police.
Trooper Hash with the WVSP says 23-year-old Cody Fuller was arrested Saturday night on Fourth Avenue in Huntington. Hash said Fuller was walking down 1400 Block of Fourth Avenue with a knife in his hand and a menacing look.
The Trooper says he asked him to drop the knife twice, and on the second request, Fuller tossed his knife into a nearby parking lot.
According to WVSP, the knife was nine inches long and Fuller was trying to hide it by holding the blade near his arm.
Trooper Hash told WSAZ.com Fuller is a member of the 304 Gang. Hash said the 304 Gang is very prominent in Cabell, Kanawha and Wood Counties.
During the arrest, Fuller threatened the trooper. Trooper Hash tells WSAZ.com Fuller said, "You ruined my life, wait until you have someone knock on your door at night and ruin your life."
Fuller has been charged with two counts of threat of assault on a police officer and carrying a concealed weapon.
WVSP says this is Fuller's fourth time being arrested for carrying a concealed weapon.
Fuller was released from the Huttonsville Correctional Facility, a medium security facility, back in January 2010. He was serving a sentence for carrying a weapon.
Fuller is now in the Western Regional Jail.