Dallas Cowboys linebacker Damien Wilson was arrested for two counts aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Tuesday night in Frisco, according to Frisco police.

Wilson was arrested near Toyota Stadium, where Frisco's "Freedom Fest" Fourth of July celebration took place. A media release sent Wednesday afternoon said Wilson "intentionally backed his truck into a female while parking, then brandished a rifle at another man."

WFAA tracked down one of the victim's listed in an initial police report.

Israel Preza said his wife, Reina, was holding a parking spot for their son when Wilson pulled up nearby in a pickup truck.

"They interact with each other and he told her, 'Move out, or I'll run over you in my pick up.' And he did, he did," said Preza. "She was crying and really traumatized."

Reina has a swollen shoulder and arm along with a bruised face, according to Israel. She was seeing a doctor on Wednesday afternoon not far from their home in Fort Worth.

Wilson was initially booked into the Frisco jail but posted $10,000 bond for each count and was released.

The 24-year-old has played the last two seasons with the Cowboys after they drafted him in the fourth round in 2015, but has started in just five games. He’s recorded 27 total tackles in his 32 games with Dallas.

<p>Dallas Cowboys linebacker Damien Wilson (57) during a game at U.S. Bank Stadium. Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports</p>