Lincoln man punches and threatens resident with baseball bat Saturday evening

LINCOLN, Del.- Delaware State Police charged a Lincoln man with felony assault Saturday evening, after he threatened an acquaintance with a baseball bat.

Police said when they arrived to a home on Herring Branch Rd. a 34-year-old male resident said that 70-year-old, Charles Harrison, punched him in the face for using Harrison’s cellphone.

Police said after the assault Harrison grabbed a baseball bat and started swinging it and threatening the resident.

We are told the victim suffered a broken nose and received medical attention on scene by EMS.

Harrison was charged with assault second degree, aggravated menacing, terroristic threatening, and reckless endangering second degree.

Harrison was arraigned before the Justice of the Peace Court and released on $18,000 unsecured bond.

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