The Uber driver told police when he refused to change the direction per Dykstra’s request, Dykstra pulled out a gun, pointed it at his head, and threatened to kill him.
The police say before stopping at headquarters, the driver was trying to get the attention of the police by speeding near the police station and honking his horn repeatedly.
When the police got to Dykstra they did not find a gun.
Dykstra, 55, was arrested for making terroristic threats and numerous drug possession offenses.
After being released, Dykstra has spent the afternoon quoting popular musicians on Twitter:
Dykstra is due to appear in Union County Superior Court in Elizabeth next month.