http://news.yahoo.com/s/wkmg/20070515/lo_wkmg/13323303;_ylt=AhK.V9bt85AumWkIMILWyWEE1vAI A man who police said has a history of problems with his neighbors will face a judge on charges he chased a lawn worker with an ax and a hammer after leaves blew into his yard, according to officials. Eric Edward Ericson, 50, of 1172 Wildrose Drive, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest after Palm Bay police responded to the home on Saturday to investigate a disturbance, according to records obtained by Local 6 News partner Florida Today. Ericson posted a $41,000 bond Tuesday morning at the Brevard County Jail Complex where he was held since his arrest, officials said. Police said the latest trouble started after Ericson confronted a lawn worker and attempted to kick him while complaining that leaves were blowing into his yard. Ericson shouted curses and said he was going to kick the man in the buttocks, reports showed. The worker started picking up the scattered leaves when he turned and saw Ericson run toward him with a hammer and an ax, according to reports. Police arrived and attempted to talk to Ericson, who ran inside the home he shared with his mother, records showed. Officers kicked open a sliding glass door and tried to take Ericson into custody when his mother stepped up and tried to block police from going through the house, records showed. Police warned her to sit down. Police found Ericson in the bathroom and arrested him. Ericson faces a violation of probation hearing June 4.