Skateboarding Star Terry Kennedy Arrested, Allegedly Threatened To Murder Cops

Terry Kennedy, a well-known skateboarder who accompanied Rob Dyrdek and was featured in many skating video games, was arrested Tuesday. He was charged with several serious crimes including threatening to kill cops.A spokesperson for DuPage State's Attorney's Office told TMZ Sports that it all began after law enforcement received a report about a battery at a Oakbrook Terrace motel on July 27, 2012.According to the spokesperson, Kennedy is accused of attacking a man at the motel and leaving him with a fractured skull as well as a concussion. Then, he fled the scene.Although it is not clear what sparked the attack, we are told that Kennedy was eventually found and taken into custody.However, the spokesperson claims that the skater became more aggressive towards cops during the booking process.Kennedy threatened to kill officers nine times... The spokesperson said Kennedy told police, "I will murder one of you police." We will kill police officers where I am from."According to the spokesperson, Kennedy was referring to a Whittier, CA 2017 incident that resulted in the death of a cop. ... claimed that the skateboarder stated, "We killed you'll in Whittier California." We bitch your asses."Kennedy was eventually arrested and charged with multiple offenses, including aggravated battery at a public place and threat to a public official according to court records.According to the spokesperson, Kennedy was released on bail after an earlier arrest this month... therefore, he was also charged with violating bail bond.Kennedy appeared in court Wednesday... and his bail was set to $100,000, a spokesperson stated. According to jail records, the 36-year old skater is currently in prison.His next court date is set for late August.Kennedy's representatives have been reached for comment. We have not received any response.Kennedy is a well-known figure in skating... appearing in "Skate" video games and often riding at Dyrdek’s fantasy factory.Actually, Justin Bieber actually did the trick at the skate spot in 2010 over Dyrdek and Kennedy.