Hackettstown Cops assaulted throughout welfare examine

HACKETTSTOWN, N.J. – Hackettstown Police say officers have been attacked whereas responding to a welfare examine. 

It occurred Wednesday round 11:20 p.m. at a house within the 300 block of Washington Avenue. 

Police say whereas talking with a 66-year-old feminine resident, a 35-year-old male resident walked onto the porch roof, waving a tire iron and a smaller dealt with object and started yelling on the officers.

Officers say the person threw a number of gadgets on the responding officers and wouldn’t go away the residence.

A launch from police reviews that the person went to the third-floor and blocked the stairwell. The male then started to throw glass and different home items out the third-floor window in direction of the officers and police autos.

The Warren County Tactical Crew have been known as and tried to barter with the male, however weren’t profitable at the moment. 

The feminine was requested to cooperate however refused to conform, police say. She resisted staying away from the residence and was argumentative and yelling.

The tactical workforce made entry into the home and the male was taken into custody round 2:40 a.m.

The male was charged with aggravated assault on legislation enforcement, prison mischief, disorderly conduct and hindering apprehension.

He was launched pending a court docket look and was taken to Hackettstown Medical Middle.

The feminine was charged with obstructing administration of legislation and launched pending a court docket look. 

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