Pullman man arrested after allegedly threatening to kill his baby

PULLMAN, WA - A Pullman man was arrested on Monday after he allegedly threatened to kill his three-month-old child.

Patrick Everett, 31, was arrested a couple blocks away from his home on Dawnview Court in Pullman for two counts of assault in the fourth degree, and two counts of felony harassment. His wife called the Police at about 11:00 on Monday morning, claiming that he had threatened to kill their child.

"He was holding the baby, put his hands around the throat, threatened to choke the baby, and then kicked at her, and threatened to kill her, and then left the residence," said Pullman Police Commander Chris Tennant.

The child wasn't hurt however the mother had minor injuries. Pullman Police said that this isn't the first time they've received a domestic violence complaint about Everett. Police said that Everett's threat to kill his wife and child is considered felony harassment, and he was arrested and taken to Whitman County Jail.

He appeared in court Tuesday afternoon and his bail was set at $5,000.