ROCKLAND — A Rockland man was arrested Monday afternoon, June 13, when he went into a rage inside the Goodwill store on Camden Street.

Stanley Collett, 26, was arrested June 13 by Rockland police and charged with criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, aggravated criminal mischief and terrorizing. According to police, Collet picked up a golf club and began destroying items throughout the store. He also made threats to people inside the store.

According to an affidavit filed by police, Collett told officers that he was mad at Goodwill, not giving a reason, and wanted to destroy as many things as possible. There were customers in the store and one woman told police after the incident that she thought that someone was shooting inside.

Collett left before police arrived but officers found him behind Pizza Hut.

Damage was estimated at $4,000 at the Goodwill store.

Collett was taken to the Knox County Jail in Rockland and made his initial appearance in the Knox County Court on Wednesday afternoon, June 15. Bail was set at $10,000 cash.

While currently living in Rockland, court papers state he was from Dawsonville, Georgia.

Rockland police also responded to a separate incident Tuesday, June 14, when two people fled from a probation officer. Rockland Police said they quickly set up a perimeter.

The suspects, 32-year-old Jillian Richards and 35-year-old Kenneth Maker, were located, with the assistance of a canine from the Knox County Sheriff’s Office who was called out at about 5:30 p.m.. The suspects were found hiding nearby where they fled.

Richards and Maker were arrested on a probation hold and face additional charges.