Alleged crashers not to leave N.D.Two men from Texas who allegedly literally crashed a party early Saturday morning have been released from jail on their own recognizance.
By: Lisa Call, The Dickinson Press
Two men from Texas who allegedly literally crashed a party early Saturday morning have been released from jail on their own recognizance.
Dickinson homeowner Mike Brown said he hosted the party and Juan Salazar and Raymond Hinson were in town working for a roofing company. Brown said a friend of his girlfriend, Naree Hauck, invited another roofer over for an after-bar party. A party goer then invited Salazar and Hinson to the party and things turned ugly.
Brown said the men began to beat his dogs, break windows, ram cars and threaten to sexually assault women.
On Sunday, Sgt. Dustin Dassinger of the Dickinson Police Department said they were investing reports of a gun at the scene. Lt. Rod Banyai confirmed no gun was found, but rather, an air-powered nail gun.
Hinson, 30, has been charged with reckless endangerment for allegedly driving his vehicle at, and intending to hit, Brown.
Salazar, 39, faces criminal mischief charges for allegedly using a shovel to smash windows in vehicles belonging to Brown and Hauck.
Salazar’s plea hearing has been scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Friday.
Under Hinson’s release, he cannot consume alcohol or enter an alcohol-serving establishment. His preliminary hearing is Sept. 14 at 2 p.m.
Additional charges against Salazar are pending and have been sent to the State’s Attorney’s Office for consideration, Banyai said.
Banyai added new charges would reflect the allegations that Salazar grabbed party goer Tara Susa by the hair, kissed her on the lips and a fight ensued between Salazar and other party goers.
Calls to Susa for comment were not returned. Rhonda Ehlis, Stark County assistant state’s attorney, said she needs more information before commenting.