A Columbia man is charged with aggravated assault after his phone led police right to him.
Columbia police say Jason Lewis Mosley or a male occupant in his truck mistakenly dialed 911 after pulling a gun on a man.
According to the police report, a dispatcher heard the men talking about killing someone.
The call followed an incident that occurred Monday evening in the 1000 block of Woodland Street.
Corey Akins told Nashville's News 2 that his family was having a cookout and playing football in front of their house when Mosley's truck sped by.
Akins' brother yelled "slow down" and Mosley said, "I got your slow down."
Witnesses said he then turned around and sped down the street again.
Mosley eventually threatened to get out of the truck and was told there was "no need for that."
According to the report, Mosley then pulled out a black handgun and said, "Good. You don't want none."
"He wanted us to think he was going to harm us," said Akins. "When he pulled the gun, my little niece had just walked up. I was worried that something was going to happen. He could've started shooting. You never know."
Mosley was charged with aggravated assault, unlawful possession of a handgun and driving on a suspended license.