JAY – A Grove teenager has been arrested and charged with a felony count of planning an act of violence against another person.

Dale Allen Hull, 18, of Grove, was formally charged Dec. 19 after being arrested, without incident, at the back door of the Grove McDonald’s by Delaware County Sheriff’s deputies.

According to the probable cause affidavit, Hull had several conversations with another individual saying that he had just been released from the Department of Corrections for stealing $7,000 worth of items.

During the conversation, which took place at a gun show in Grove, Hull reportedly became distraught about his incarceration and appeared angry, saying he would kill the officer who arrested him, according to the document filed in district court.

According to the document, Hull told his companion that he had a BB gun that looked real, and he and his friends were going to knock on the door of a man he knew, stick the gun to his head, and burglarize the man’s home.

He then said he was going to “waste” the man with his own gun.

He also reportedly told his companion that he has several handguns and an expensive rifle and was looking for a Glock 9mm or a .45 at the show.

Bond has been set at $50,000.

On March 24, 2008, Hull was charged with a felony count of grand larceny. According to court documents, Hull pled guilty and was transported to Lexington where he completed Oklahoma's Regimented Inmate Discipline (RID) Program for Males and was released on Nov. 14, 2008.

Hull is in violation of his parole with the new charges filed this month.

A bench warrant was issued for his arrest and his five - year deferred judgment will be accelerated.

Bond on this charge has been set at $20,000.