Tyler Healy, 22, of Spicer Road, surrendered Friday at Westport police headquarters in connection with a warrant for assault, threatening and breach of peace charges.

On Nov. 16, officers were sent to Healy's home because he had made threatening remarks to relatives, police said. He was later found behind a trash bin at the Westport Cumberland Farms gas station, police said.

When officers attempted to talk to Healy, he became combative and spat at an officer, police said. When he was taken into custody, he became combative and spat again at officers, police said. He was then transported to Bridgeport Hospital and not charged at the time.

Healy was charged, via warrant, with assault of public safety/emergency personnel, threatening, interfering with an officer and breach of peace. He was unable to post a $10,000 bond and was transported last Friday to Norwalk Superior Court for arraignment.