LINCOLN, Neb. -- A man in Lincoln was reportedly throwing chairs and tables in public before assaulting someone which led to his arrest, police said.

The Lincoln Police Department said officers responded to area of 13th and P Street on July 30 around 1:40 p.m. after receiving multiple calls about a man throwing chairs and tables in the commons area. While responding, officers received information indicating the man was now assaulting another person.

Officers said they took 25-year-old Jerry Laue into custody with no problem and then witnesses told them that the victim of the assault, 57-year-old Leonard Kyles, ran northbound on foot with a handgun.

According to authorities, the officers found Kyles in an alley between 13th & 14th Streets and between O & P Streets. Kyles reportedly admitted to officers that his gun had fallen out of his pocket during the fight and officers found a 9mm handgun hidden in a flowerpot in the area.

LPD said Laue was arrested for a misdemeanor in assault and Kyles was cited for a misdemeanor in carrying a concealed weapon then released.