Man arrested for 4 crimes in 12 hours
ANDERSON, Ind. (WISH) – Police say they arrested a man for refusing to leave a man’s home, stabbing a woman, attempting to elude police on a high-speed chase while intoxicated and driving without a license all in the same day.
Jonathan D. Brown, 19, who also goes by Cody will be charged for all three crimes that took place in a span of 12 hours on Tuesday afternoon, according to 24-Hour News 8’s news partners at the Herald Bulletin.
Brown is suspected of stabbing a 30-year-old woman. He also had a BAC of .161, twice the legal limit, after he was caught in a vehicle pursuit around 11:30 p.m.
Brown was interviewed by police earlier on Tuesday after an incident in the 600 block of Park Avenue around 12:30 p.m., according to the probable cause affidavits.
According to the report filed by the homeowner, the two got in a fight and Brown refused to leave. Brown then went around the home taking phone so the victim couldn’t call the police. Brown left the home, but returned while the homeowner was being interviewed by police.
In a separate incident just before midnight police received a call that a woman was stabbed in the neck and the suspect was attempting to flee the scene. Several witnesses at the scene told police they saw Brown stab the woman with a steak knife and fork.
Witnesses told police that the suspect drove away in a maroon two-door Chevrolet car.
Brown then led police on a pursuit around the neighborhood near 21st and Pearl streets. He lost control of the car and got stuck in some large bushes near the railroad tracks.
In total Brown faces preliminary charges of aggravated battery, resisting law enforcement, driving while intoxicated and driving without a license.