Yes. Threatening or intimidating someone also falls under the assault umbrella in the state of Arizona. If you threaten to harm someone or their property, you could be charged with a class 1 misdemeanor. If this threat relates to gang recruitment or activity, you can be charged with a class 3 felony, which has a possible jail term of 3.5 years.
Putting someone at risk of death or injury is known as endangerment. In this case, only the risk of injury needs to be present. A misdemeanor charge relates to any act that causes risk of injury and has a potential 12-month prison sentence. A felony charge involves imminent risk of death. Although this also has a typical 12-month sentence, the charge is more serious when it comes to your criminal record.