Boston Celtics guard Terrence Williams was arrested Sunday for making threats with a gun, the Seattle Times reported.
The incident occurred during an argument involving Williams and a woman at a parking lot in Kent, Wash., at 1:55 p.m. on Sunday. The woman told police she is the mother of Williams' 10-year-old son, with whom he had a scheduled visit.
Williams was taken into custody without incident. Police said it was a domestic violence case being investigated.
The woman told police that during the argument, Williams showed a gun, made threats and then left. Police found him later and arrested him.
Williams, 25, went to high school in the Seattle area and went to college at Louisville. He averaged 4.6 points and 2.4 assists per game for Boston this season.