Birdseye Man Charged With Intimidation For Brandishing Knife; Holland Man Goes “Out-Of-Control” At Memorial (BLOTTER)
CAR DEAL ENDS WITH KNIFE BEING PULLED
HUNTINGBURG (NNDC) — A Huntingburg man was taken into custody Saturday afternoon charged with intimidation with a deadly weapon.
Huntingburg police say an apparent disagreement over the sale of a car resulted in 20-year old Tony “T.N.” Laws being taken into custody.
HPD says shortly before 4pm Saturday, 45-year old Ramon Segura, also of Birdseye told them Laws had come at him with a knife during the height of a disagreement over the sale of a car. The two men were at a home in the 500 block of North Washingtong Street in Huntingburg.
Segura told HPD officers Laws tossed it in the back yard of the property prior to police arriving. HPD says a knife was located and Laws admitted having it, but denied he intimidated Segura.
Also a witness at the scene told police that Laws had been operating a motor the motor vehicle which was the subject of the incident. Police say their records showed that Laws had never been issued a driver’s license.
Laws was arrested charged with a Level 5 felony count of Intimidation with a Deadly Weapon and a misdemeanor count of Operating a Motor Vehicle while having never been licensed.
HOLLAND MAN ARRESTED AT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOR BATTERY
JASPER (NNDC) – A Holland man was arrested last Saturday night after police were call to Memorial Hospital on a report of a man “out-of-control.”
Jasper police say 36-year old Landon Hubster had come to the emergency room of the hospital at about 11:30pm Saturday but then began acting violently.
Police say Hubster allegedly attempted to kick and strike several hospital staff including a security officer and an EMT. Police say before they were able to get Hubster under control, he pushed a nurse.
Hubster is charged with a Level 6 felony count of Battery on a Medical Service Provider and misdemeanor count of Disorderly Conduct.