An intoxicated Canon man was arrested in Hull recently after he allegedly threatened a woman and her son.
Brent James Shubert, 41, 367 Unawatti Road, was charged with terroristic threats and acts, reckless conduct and pedestrian under the influence of alcohol or drugs after he allegedly showed up at a woman’s home on Bedford Drive in Hull and threatened her and her son. Shubert was found by officers walking along Glenn Carrie Road in front of Gillispie Drive. He appeared intoxicated and had a pistol in his front pocket. The victims stated that he had showed up at their home and began “cussing and yelling” at them. When he was asked to leave, he allegedly threatened to kill them and kept reaching toward his pocket, saying he had a tape recorder. He allegedly left walking when he heard the approaching sirens.
In another arrest, Steven Ray Stokes, 30, 74 Buddy Moore Road, Lot 3, Hull, was charged with obstruction after he allegedly ran from deputies who showed up at his home to serve a Jackson County warrant.
According to the incident report, Stokes was observed standing beside a vehicle in the driveway when officers pulled in, but turned and ran into the backyard. The officers chased and apprehended Stokes after about 100 yards.
Others arrested by law enforcement in the county recently included: