He didn’t resist arrest.
The older brother of Stephon Clark was arrested on a felony threat charge on Thursday afternoon.
Stevante Clark, 25, was arrested at about 12:10 pm on April 19th and charged with suspicion of threatening to cause death or serious injury, and calling 911 to annoy or harass, The Sacramento Bee reported.
Police booked Stevante Clark into the Sacramento County jail.
The Sacramento Bee said he was held at the facility which noted a $1 million bail, but also noted that his charges made him ineligible for bail.
KCRA reported that the Sacramento Police Department had requested that Stevante Clark not receive bail in consideration of the seriousness of his crime and public protection.
Sacramento Police Department Spokeswoman Linda Matthew confirmed that Stevante Clark had been arrested, but would not release any details of the circumstances of the arrest.
Family member Sonia Lewis, who was also a member of Black Lives Matter Sacramento, told The Sacramento Bee that she was in the process of notifying the rest of the family of Stevante Clark’s arrest.
Lewis said she did not know why Stevante Clark had been arrested, but that he had been suffering mental health issues recently.
She said she was concerned he had been arrested and taken to jail rather than taken for a mental health evaluation.