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Perryville, AR 72126

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On June 5, 2013 at approximately 9:09 PM Sgt. Bill Finley and Deputy Keenan Carter responded to #36 Jeffery Lane off of Hwy. 60 East, to a disturbance call.  Upon arrival the suspects Waylon Schutz (30 yrs old) of #29 Hartman Lane, Houston, AR and Woody Williams Jr. (36 yrs old) of #47 Hartman Lane, Houston, AR had already left the scene. 

The complainant Kimberly Hintzche (30 yrs old) of #36 Jeffery Lane, Houston, AR, stated that Waylon was mad because his brother was arrested for domestic abuse against Kimberly Hintzche and that Waylon was breaking windows out of her house and her car.

Schutz’s car was found at his residence approximately 30 minutes after this happening, it was still warm, it had front end damage from ramming the gate and it had blood in it from Waylon busting the windows out.   Sheriff Montgomery, Deputies Finley, Carter, Payne, along with U.S. Forestry Officer Hugh Davis looked for the suspects in Schutz’s house, vacant houses and wooded areas.  After looking for approximately 45 minutes, Schutz was screaming at Deputies to come catch him and he would shot them.  The deputies cornered him into a one room building just south of #47 Hartman Lane.  After a little while Inv. John Nichols talked Schutz into giving himself up with no further incident.

Schutz was charged with Criminal Mischief 1st Degree, a class D Felony; Terroristic Threatening 1st Degree, class D Felony; resisting arrest, class A Misdemeanor; and Fleeing Class, C misdemeanor.  Schutz was released on a $10,000.00 cash or professional bond.

Woody Williams was arrested for outstanding warrants and is being held in the Perry County Detention Center on a no bond.  

Sheriff Montgomery stated "that this could have turned out bad, Schutz told the Deputies that he had a gun and that he was going to kill them.  Shutzs was very intoxicated, think goodness my guys evacuated the area and was able to talk him out".  It turned out that Schutz didn't have a gun.

Assisting also was Chief Deputy Ray L. Byrd, Inv. John Nichols, and units from the Arkansas State Police.

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