Advertisement

Man arrested for pointing fake gun at neighbors, barricading himself in house

An AK-47 style paintball gun was also recovered by police.
An AK-47 style paintball gun was also recovered by police.(KFYR)
Published: Oct. 6, 2020 at 2:13 PM CDT
Email this link
Share on Pinterest
Share on LinkedIn

MANDAN, N.D. (KFYR) - UPDATE: A Morton county judge order a physiological evaluation for a man accused of pointing a fake gun at neighbors.

Tyler Kramer will be held without bond at the Burleigh-Morton Detention center until the evaluation is done.

Kramer is charged with 10 various crimes.

Mandan Police say Kramer barricaded himself in his residence after pointing an AK-47 style paintball gun at neighbors and vandalizing their truck.

Police say they found drugs and drug paraphernalia inside his home.

ORIGINAL STORY 10/06/2020: Mandan Police arrested a 26-year-old after they say he pointed a fake gun at neighbors and barricaded himself in his house on Sunday.

Police say they responded to a call where neighbors say Tyler Kramer was pointing a gun at them and vandalized their truck.

When on scene, Kramer barricaded himself in his residence with his 3-year-old son.

Court documents say a perimeter was set up by Mandan Police, the Morton County Sheriff’s Office and North Dakota Highway Patrol.

Kramer surrendered after an unknown amount of time and was taken into custody.

Police say they found THC, methamphetamine, marijuana and other drug paraphernalia inside his home.

An AK-47 style paintball gun was also recovered by police.

Kramer is charged with two counts of terrorizing, child endangerment, three counts of possession of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.

A Morton County judge sent Kramer back to his cell for not cooperating during his bond hearing.

He will appear on Wednesday.

Copyright 2020 KFYR. All rights reserved.