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Worthington man faces charges following altercations

WORTHINGTON -- A Worthington man was arrested Monday following two altercations. Bo Htoo, 24, has been charged with first-degree burglary, assault a person in building or property, a felony; second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon; domestic...

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WORTHINGTON - A Worthington man was arrested Monday following two altercations.

 

Bo Htoo, 24, has been charged with first-degree burglary, assault a person in building or property, a felony; second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon; domestic assault - bodily harm, a misdemeanor; and domestic assault - commits act to cause fear or immediate bodily harm or death, a misdemeanor.

 

The charges stem from a Sunday altercation where Htoo allegedly broke into a family member’s home and punched his face with a key. The complaint continues that the alleged victim also punched Htoo after blocking another punch.

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Worthington police officers found Htoo lying unconscious on a mattress on the floor and smelled alcohol on his person.

 

Htoo told officers that he knocked on his relative’s door and was punched and kicked once it was opened.

 

The complaint also states that Htoo told officers he punched another relative earlier that day after losing control. The relative alleged that Htoo punched and hit them approximately 10 times in the head and hit and threatened their children with an airsoft gun.

 

Htoo’s initial appearance in Nobles County District Court is scheduled for Oct. 10.

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