WYOMING – Homeowner Dispute with a Pick Axe

KCWY13.com:  Homeowner Dispute with a Pick Axe
November 27, 2017

Saturday November 25th Natrona County Deputies were called out Okeepa Drive for a man who had been struck in the head with a pick axe.

Forty-five-year-old Wade Miller, who was the president of the Home Owners Association, visited an owner on Okeepa Drive after numerous complaints about the condition of the property.

The homeowner and Miller began to argue and reports say Miller broke out a glass patio door with a pick axe and hit the owner two or three times with the axe and then attacked him with a gardening spade and wooden post.

The owner claimed to have a gun, which ended the attack and the man left.

Natrona deputies spoke to Miller about the attack and then booked him for aggravated assault and unlawful entry.  Read story:

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