A man is charged with aggravated robbery for allegedly threatening another person with a knife.
Angel Francisco Castro-Torres, 45, is accused of the crime.
Court documents say the victim was dropping off his brother at the Greyhound Bus Station around 9:30 p.m. on August 30.
The victim said Castro-Torres walked up behind him and held an object, believed to be a knife, to his neck.
Castro-Torres allegedly told the victim that he could "cut his belly" and demanded his wallet.
The victim said he punched Castro-Torres in the in the face.
The suspect fled the scene on foot and was caught a short time later.
Castro-Torres was due in a Columbus courtroom on Monday.
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