Billy Currington was released on bond Thursday (April 25) after turning himself in to law officers in Savannah, Ga., following the issuance of a bench warrant for his arrest on charges of making terroristic threats and abuse of an elderly person. A grand jury in Chatham County indicted him Wednesday on the two felony counts stemming from an April 15 incident involving alleged threats against 70-year-old tour boat captain Harvey Ferrelle. The two became involved in a verbal altercation after the 39-year-old singer complained that Ferrelle’s boat had traveled too close to Currington’s house in a gated community on Tybee Island. Ferrelle told police the singer later chased them in his own boat. Currington, a native of nearby Effington County, turned himself in to sheriff’s deputies late Thursday afternoon and was released a short time later after posting a $27,700 bond. He’s scheduled to appear in court during an arraignment hearing on May 28.