A homeowner in Casper, Wyoming, diffused a pick ax attack that happened this Saturday on Nov. 26 by brandishing his firearm. NBC 13 in Casper published a story about the incident.
Natrona County Deputies said that this past Saturday a 45-year-old president of a homeowner’s association visited a residence on Okeepa Dr. The president of the homeowner’s association was there to speak with the owner of the residence regarding complaints that had been lodged about the condition of the property.
The homeowner and the president, Wade Miller, began to argue. The argument escalated until Miller broke out a glass patio door with a pick axe. Miller, with the pick axe, then hit the homeowner three times over the head.
Miller also attacked the homeowner with a gardening spade and a wooden post. It wasn’t until the homeowner brandished his firearm that Miller left the property.
Natrona County deputies arrested Miller after speaking to him about the attack. Miller has been charged with unlawful entry and aggravated assault.
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