Denton L. Howard didn’t stop accumulating criminal allegations after being booked into the Rogers County Jail.
Deputies were alerted to a man, later identified as 24-year old Denton Howard of Wagoner, throwing rocks at cars as they passed him on Highway 412.
More then 10 drivers called law enforcement to report that rocks had been thrown at their vehicle.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol ultimately apprehended Howard near the Creek Turnpike overpass, records show.
Records show Denton was arrested on three counts malicious injury to property, three counts of throwing a substance at a moving vehicle, and three counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
After he was booked into the jail, another call of vandalism brought deputies back to Howard.
RCSO reports that Howard is seen on surveillance camera breaking the sprinkler head in his cell by hitting it with his food tray.
RCSO says the total cost of the incident, including labor, was $259.
An altercation with a female officer inside the jail resulted in another felony allegation against Howard.
RCSO reports state Howard threatened to rape and kill the officer, then spit on the side of her face.