The Lyon County Sheriff’s Workplace arrested two following a standoff that started Saturday evening in Dayton the place the pair was inside a motorhome for a number of hours.
At roughly 8:11 p.m. Lyon County Sheriff’s Workplace deputies had been dispatched to 70 East Freeway 50 in Dayton, Nevada for a report of a home disturbance. When deputies arrived, they noticed Joshua King, 35, and Abby Lee, 39, contained in the motorhome, mentioned LCSO Sgt. Mitch Brantingham in a information launch.
Joshua King was identified to deputies from prior legislation enforcement incidents and had energetic felony and misdemeanor warrants for his arrest.
The felony warrant was for a weapons associated cost and King was reportedly in possession of varied weapons. Abby Lee and Joshua King refused to return out of the motorhome, Sgt. Brantingham.
Deputies tried to make contact with each topics for a number of hours earlier than a search warrant was obtained. A crew of deputies started executing the search warrant and made contact with Joshua King and Abby Lee from outdoors the motorhome. Joshua King assaulted Deputies and was subdued with using a taser.
Joshua King was finally arrested on the next costs:
— Carrying a hid firearm with out a allow, felony
— Assault on a peace officer, a gross misdemeanor
— Obstructing/resisting a public officer a misdemeanor
— Contempt of court docket on the unique cost of battery, misdemeanor
Abby Lee was arrested on the next cost:
— Obstructing/resisting a public officer, misdemeanor
Each topics had been booked into the Lyon County Jail with out additional incident.