Dykstra was arrested early Wednesday after police in New Jersey say that he threatened to kill his Uber driver while carrying a number of drugs, according to The Courier Post.
Per the report:
The driver ran from the car and told the officers that moments earlier he had picked up Dykstra in Linden for a scheduled fare. Dykstra tried to change the destination, and when the driver refused, Dykstra allegedly put a weapon to his head and threatened to kill him, police said.
No weapon was located, but police said they did recover a quantity of cocaine, MDMA and marijuana among Dykstra’s belongings.
According to the report, Dykstra was charged with third-degree making terroristic threats and possession of cocaine, marijuana and MDMA.