Celtics reserve guard Terrence Williams was released on $25,000 bond from a Kent, Wash., jail on Monday night after being arrested Sunday for second-degree assault.
Williams, according to police, threatened the mother of his 10-year-old son with a gun during a visitation transfer in a Kent parking lot. Williams left the scene but was arrested later Sunday afternoon without incident. Williams spent Sunday night in jail and was arraigned Monday afternoon and posted bond. He appeared in front of Judge Charles Delaurenti in handcuffs and wearing a red jumpsuit.