Woodbury woman charged with making terroristic threatsA Woodbury woman appeared in court last week on allegations that she threatened another person with a knife at a group home and damaged a police car.
By: Mike Longaecker, Woodbury Bulletin
A Woodbury woman appeared in court last week on allegations that she threatened another person with a knife at a group home and damaged a police car.
According to a criminal complaint, officers were called Nov. 21 to a group home in the 7600 block of Carillon Plaza East for an assault report and located the suspect, Katianna Haselbauer, locked in her bedroom. Also inside the bedroom was a Ginsu steak knife.
Police talked with staff workers at the home who said Haselbauer had left the home earlier in the night and came back with the knife. She waved the knife at one staffer’s face in a threatening manner before turning it toward herself, the complaint states.
The worker told police “I’ve never been that scared while working here.”
After being arrested, Haselbauer, 20, was placed in the back of a squad car and attempted to bite an officer, according to the complaint. She then laid on her back, compressed her legs and kicked the officer near the waist.
Police checked the squad after transporting Haselbauer to jail and found a radar antenna had been broken. The officer suspected Haselbauer was responsible for the damage.
She was charged with one count of terroristic threats, a felony, and one count of misdemeanor property damage.
Haselbauer was released from Washington County jail on $50,000 bail.