Bowling Green man accused of threatening to kill police officer’s children at school

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- A Bowling Green man is accused of threatening to kill a police officer’s children at school.

According to an arrest citation, Dinanga Dinanga, 26, was arrested Sunday on charges of second-degree disorderly conduct, reckless driving and third-degree terroristic threatening.

Police said Dinanga was driving recklessly through a parking lot in the 1200 block of North Lee Drive. At one point, police said Dinanga was partially hanging out of the driver’s side door. Multiple pedestrians were standing in the parking lot, according to the citation.

The citation reads, when Dinanga was taken to jail, he told the arresting officer that he was going to find out where he lives and kill his entire family. He also told the officer that his children would be too afraid to go to school, but if they did, he would go to the school and kill them and others, according to the citation. Police then added another charge of second-degree terroristic threatening.

Dinanga is lodged in the Warren County Regional Jail without bond on an accusation of violating probation, according to jail records.