Published: Jun 16, 2014 2:23 PM EDT
Updated: Jun 16, 2014 2:28 PM EDT

NAPLES, Fla.- A Naples man is accused of threatening to injure deputies and blow up government offices, after a neighbor found him ranting about drug activity in his front yard, armed with two BB guns.

Collier County Sheriff's deputies arrested Gregory Abraham, 27, on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. He was found walking down the street with a guns in his waistband on 107th Ave. N. At 7th St. The two weapons were determined to be BB guns.

Deputies said he was being difficult, but did identify himself. It was then that they discovered he was wanted for violating probation for narcotics paraphernalia.

A witness originally called authorities after he found Abraham standing in his yard, drinking a beer. When confronted, he said that Abraham began ranting about drugs at a house across the street. He left but soon returned, saying something about protecting himself and showing the witness the guns in his waistband.

When Abraham was put into the patrol vehicle, he kicked the backseat and slammed his head against the cage several times, according to his arrest report. During transportation, he threatened to shoot the deputy upon release and go after his children, the report said. He then allegedly threatened to go after another officer with a chainsaw. Abraham also reportedly said "this is a bomb threat," and said he was going to blow up government offices.

Abraham was taken to the Naples Jail Center.