A Leesville man, after allegedly causing a disturbance at a store in the 1,800 block of Nolan Trace, was arrested last Saturday, July 25, on multiple counts, including terrorism, according to the Leesville Police Department, and claimed that he was suffering from a mental illness.
Jason England, 24, of Leesville, locked himself in the store’s bathroom for about 45 minutes, the police said. When an employee asked that England come out of the bathroom and leave the premises, England allegedly became enraged, began shouting obscenities at the employees and patrons in the store, and threatened to get a gun and kill them all.  As England exited the store, he continued to shout threats.
England refused to cooperate with police officers after they located him on Anderson Drive and  continued to resist and shout obscenities as officers subdued him. At one point during the scuffle, the suspect told officers he had a razor in his pocket, which police were able to remove.
While officers put England into the police unit, he continued to be combative, spitting on the officers, damaging the patrol unit and injuring one of the officers.
England, according to the Leesville Police, has been involved in more than 30  incidents spanning a period from April 2008 through July 25. The suspect claimed that he could not be prosecuted due to a mental illness.
He was ultimately transported to the Leesville Police Department where he was booked on felony charges of resisting an officer, battery on a police officer, aggravated battery, remaining after being forbidden, terrorism and two counts of simple criminal damage to property. 
 Judge Jim Mitchell set England’s bond on the charges at $27,013.50, and he awaits transfer to the Vernon Parish jail at this time.
England has been deemed medically sane for purposes of prosecution in connection with both the City charges against him and the district charges now pending against him.