Three People Were Detained In Lincoln County After They Attacked Their Neighbors

According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, three persons have been arrested after attacking their neighbors and left them with critical injuries.

Deputies were called to a house on Hauss Road on Tuesday night at around 10 p.m. following allegations of a disturbance. Two further people knocked on the door of the residence while a woman and another person were inside, she said deputies.

The woman claimed that a guy and a woman forced open the door before they had a chance to answer it. The two then started breaking things in the house while accusing the occupants of stealing from their adjacent mobile home.

According to the authorities, the male and lady each held a crowbar throughout the encounter. In a car, there was a third person waiting.

A friend took the woman inside the house to the hospital after she suffered a broken arm and other wounds. According to authorities, the second resident of the house was struck with a crowbar before being taken to a nearby hospital, where the emergency room staff treated him before releasing him.

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Following a car stop on Wednesday, according to the police, three people were detained in relation to this event.

James Adam Jones, 30, is accused with criminal breaking and entering with the goal to terrify, felony obstruction of justice, felony identity theft, and felony assault with a deadly weapon with the intent to murder or inflict serious injury. He has a $50,000 secured bond and is being held at the Harven A. Crouse Detention Facility.

Kalob Ryan Pegram, 26, is accused of breaking and entering with the intent to terrify. He is being held in lieu of a secured bail for $30,000.

The charges against 25-year-old Amanda Lenee Brooks include breaking and entering with the goal to intimidate and assault with a deadly weapon with the intent to murder or seriously injure. She posted bond and was freed.

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