Apr 04, 2018, 1:48
April 3, 2018-A police station at Manara Sisawa-8 in Mahottari district was attacked by locals over the arrest of a drunken man on Monday night.
Police said a man riding a push bike approached the victim outside The Stag pub.
Police have today revealed the 29-year-old's family have requested that his name is not released until after they have farewelled him.
Saturday, 11:49 a.m. - Police cited a man for open container in the 0 block of North Second Street.
It isn't clear what started the dispute, whether the victim was related to the arrested man or whether it turned physical.
Hall, Nelson and Valentine were being held Monday night in the Forsyth County Jail with no bonds allowed, the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office said.
We're told when that trooper tried to stop the vehicle, 34-year-old Blake Crawford, of Henderson, took off at 100 miles per hour.
The woman's vehicle was still in drive and her foot left the brake pedal during the altercation, which caused her to hit a mailbox, a report states.
Officers are encouraged to get to know the people working, living and visiting their beat. The woman was arrested on a charge of simple assault.
Authorities impounded the vehicles as well.
CBS affiliate KHOU reports the officer, who wasn't hurt, is a 13-year-veteran and the police department says this was the first time he's shot anyone.
No suspects were named, and no arrests had been made at the time the report was filed.
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