A Grand Traverse County man, described by police as "extremely dangerous", is facing several more charges in court Thursday.
Tahca Milk is accused of pulling a semi-automatic handgun from his waistband at a house party in Traverse City last Saturday. He was arrested Monday at a home in Grand Traverse County's Garfield Township.
Thursday he will be arraigned on charges stemming from the house party investigation. The charges include Carrying a Concealed Weapon, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, and being a Habitual Offender.
Milk was arraigned Wednesday on a warrant through the Traverse Narcotics Team. Bond was set Wednesday at $100,000.
7&4 News is told by the Traverse City Police Department, Milk has a total of seven outstanding warrants for his arrest. He is also an absconder with the Department of Corrections.
Police say Milk was considered extremely dangerous because he has been convicted of assaulting police officers, domestic assault, and had access to fire arms.