A neighbor told police said she heard yelling and saw James Hammond in the garage of his home and then saw flames coming from a car in the garage and a pickup truck in the driveway, according to the report. Hammond then drove off on the tractor with two items in his hands, she said.
After being separated during a fight with another man, Joshua Jackson said, " 'I'll (expletive) kill you,' before drawing a loaded, black Glock 42 from a holster on his right hip and chambering a round," police said.
Kelly faces two felony counts of intimidation. The most serious charge refers to committing terrorism, according to court records.
Anthony Garcia is being held without bond, said Lowell Chief of Police James Woestman.
The former boyfriend contacted police shortly before 8:30 p.m. Saturday and played an audio message of Loar threatening to "put a bullet in his head", according to the incident report.
The alleged threats were made after Toyana Troupe picked up her final paycheck at a local business on May 20 and became upset with the amount, police said.
One of the defendants also was charged with felony intimidation because he told an officer he better not patrol his neighborhood anymore, and said he "should have just opened up" on the officer, court records allege.
A man threatened police, claiming he was an angel, after being arrested for a warrant and driving while under the influence, police said.
Marcile R. Lewis, 42, was arrested early Monday after the Northwest Regional SWAT team entered the apartment in the 2600 block of West 61st Place in Merrillville, court records state.
An East Chicago man who led the gang rape of a 19-year-old woman while burglarizing a Hammond home was appropriately sentenced to 60 years in prison, according to the Indiana Court of Appeals.
Porter Superior Court Judge Mike Fish told the accused, Brett Steel, that if he does bond out of jail, he will be placed on pretrial supervision.
Police say a Valparaiso man was 20 and 21 years old while pretending to be a teenage girl when messaging minors for photographs and arranging to meet up with one for sex.
Pending the investigation, the officer has been assigned to desk duty.
"He almost killed me two days before Christmas and took me away from my five kids," the victim said. "All because of his alcohol problem."
The defendant admitted in his new plea agreement he argued with a woman Dec. 23, 2019, at a residence in the 4300 block of West 23rd Avenue in Gary, threatened her with a handgun and shot into her home.
Steven Bell faces a felony count of intimidation and misdemeanor charges of battery, possessing marijuana, public intoxication and false informing, Portage police said.
Lawrence Flatz allegedly yelled threats to his girlfriend about killing her and her children, then made the same threats to officers, police say.
Another child in the home ran to a neighbor's house to get help, alerting police of the situation.
The defendant, who appeared to be intoxicated, told a group of bar patrons he was "an American spy" sent "to take out a Russian spy" before he pulled a gun on a man and ordered him outside, court records allege.
After skipping out on work release, a man terrorized three Hammond businesses, including hitting an employee with diapers, throwing a tip jar at staff and stealing Christmas toys, court records alleged.
Charles King III, 51, was accused of shooting at a woman Dec. 23, 2019, as she and her child stood at the front door of her home. One of the bullets grazed the woman's arm, court records state.
Joshua S. Morales, 27, who has addresses in Gary and Evanston, Illinois, is accused of firing a semi-automatic handgun at a neighbor several times May 14, 2019, in the 4000 block of Kentucky Street.
Steven A. Marin, 25, was taken into custody after a standoff with police at his family's home in the 7000 block of California Avenue in Hammond, according to court documents.
Brewer was charged in connection with allegations he tracked his stolen Lexus to East Chicago fired a gun at several teens in the Lexus and transported a 14-year-old boy at gunpoint to Gary.
East Chicago police said the man also threatened to shoot police once he was released.