The man who drove his van through a tent of Trump supporters who were registering people to vote in Jacksonville, Florida, was arrested Saturday night.

27-year-old Gregory William Loel Timm was taken into custody by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, and charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a person 65 years of age or older, one count of criminal mischief, and driving with a suspended drivers license. Timm’s bond was set at $507,512.

In the unredacted report, Timm told authorities he drove his car into the tent of people “because someone had to take a stand.”

After running through the tent and over chairs and tables, Timm got out of his van, took a video recording, made obscene gestures, and then got back into his van and drove away. Six volunteers barely avoided being hit by Timm’s van at the Kernan Village shopping center. Fortunately, no one was hurt.

Mayor of Jacksonville Lenny Curry posted his statement on Twitter, “I just spoke to the local GOP chair. This is outrageous. The hate is toxic and dangerous. Thankfully, no one was injured, but certainly, they are shaken after being targeted because they were registering voters.”

Dean Black, Duvals’s GOP Chairman, posted a statement to Facebook, “The Republican Party of Duval County will not be intimidated by these cowards, and we will not be silenced. I call on every Republican in our great city to stand up, get involved, and show these radicals that we will not be intimidated from exercising our Constitutional rights.”

President Donald Trump sent out a warning, “Law Enforcement has been notified. Be careful tough guys who you play with!”

Senator Rick Scott commented, “This appears to be a politically-motivated attack on hard-working volunteers in Duval County. Thankful that no one was hurt. @DuvalGOP will not be silenced or intimidated. They will redouble their efforts to support strong Republicans in NE Florida and around the state!”