“I want to break your jaw and I’ll be happy,” Holden allegedly said as he gripped a handgun in his waistband, the warrant states.
Holden was arrested Jan. 23 and charged with terroristic threats, Cobb County jail records show.
While still jailed Friday, Holden was charged with murder and three counts of aggravated assault in Mitchell’s death. He remained in jail Tuesday morning, held without bond, according to jail records.
Holden’s two most recent arrest warrants list an Austell address, but Cobb jail records show him with a Los Angeles address. The warrants were taken under the name Curley Dean Holden, but he was booked into the Cobb jail as Willie Hunt.
Holden has been in prison twice and was released in August after serving 18 months following a conviction on drug charges and making false statements, according to the Georgia Department of Corrections. He was also incarcerated for about seven months beginning in December 2009 for a separate drug conviction, records show.
Earlier this month, a Cobb County woman was arrested for allegedly sending death threats to Mitchell, according to Cobb police. Yachari Kivana Miller allegedly sent messages to Mitchell saying, “You a dead man walking” and “This your year to die” 24 hours before he was killed, according to her arrest warrant.
Miller spent 15 days in jail before being released Jan. 29 after posting $4,620 bond, jail records show.