The Genocide of Battered Mothers and their Children

Man behind bars after 4 hour stand off Domestic dispute leaves man facing felony charges

In domestic law on July 10, 2011 at 10:20 pm

It was also reported that the mother had been battered by the father.

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William Bradley was arrested following four hour stand off with Indiana State Police and the Huntington Police Department early Saturday morning.

HUNTINGTON, Ind. (WANE) – A domestic dispute between a Huntington, Indiana couple made for a long night for the Huntington City Police Department; they were called twice before getting an arrest and search warrant and taking a man into custody four hours later.

Police say the initial call came in around 10:30 p.m. Friday about a dispute in at 4497W-200N Lot 85 in Huntington. The caller was a neighbor who said two small children, ages eight and ten, came to the door and reported that their parents were drinking and fighting and that they were concerned for their parent’s welfare.

It was also reported that the mother had been battered by the father.

At the residence police were unable to locate the female victim, but did make arrangements for the kids to be picked up by their biological mother.

olice spoke to William L. Bradley, 40, without the woman present and with no way to contact her.

Then, around 12:32 a.m. Saturday morning police received a second call, this one from the wife. She said her husband had just called her and indicated he had taken a large amount of medication and had a knife and threatened violence to anyone who came to the house, including police.

Police returned to the home and tried

Police spoke to William L. Bradley, 40, without the woman present and with no way to contact her.

Then, around 12:32 a.m. Saturday morning police received a second call, this one from the wife. She said her husband had just called her and indicated he had taken a large amount of medication and had a knife and threatened violence to anyone who came to the house, including police.

Police returned to the home and tried to contact Bradley, but he refused to come to the door or to speak with them.

Officers were able to see Bradley in the bedroom, lying on the bed with a knife. He appeared to be semi-conscious. Police continued trying to get Bradley to come to the door; at one point, he finally got up, closed the window and told the police to leave.

Police secured the perimeter of the home and called for assistance from the Indiana State Police Emergency Response Team.

An arrest and search warrant were obtained following a probable cause hearing in Huntington Superior Court.

Two Class D Felony warrants were granted for battery: one was for battery in the presence of a child and the second was battery on a child.

At 4:34 a.m. Saturday Indiana State Police units attempted to again make contact with Mr. Bradley, both by phone and a PA system.

He refused to answer both requests. Police then entered the home and took Bradley into custody without incident.

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