A Muldrow man pleaded not guilty Nov. 18 to charges of public intoxication, destruction of city property and disorderly conduct, court records show.
Brannon Eugene Vonholt, 28, was arrested Nov. 14 after a short standoff with Muldrow police. At 8:02 p.m., police reports indicate, a Muldrow police officer was dispatched to the Wilson Rock Road and Southeast 10th Street intersection in reference to two males fighting.
As the officer arrived in the area, he located a large, blue city trash can in the road with trash cans lying around it. Pulling past that, the officer continued on to Dewey Street, where he found the male reporting party standing next to a Dodge Charger. The male said two men were fighting when the older one, Randall Vonholt, ran up to his car window and asked him to let him in as Brannon Vonholt had a pipe and hit the Charger, damaging the front fender and hood.
After ensuring no one was injured inside the disarrayed home, officers learned that a female had called dispatch saying that Brandon Vonholt was in a tree at nearby residence. Upon arriving at that location, a short standoff ensued, but Vonholt soon agreed to come down from the tree,
Vonholt appeared to be highly intoxicated and was verbally threatening to law enforcement. While attempting to place Vonholt in a police car, Vonholt kicked an officer in the leg and head and inflicted heavily damaged on the inside of the patrol car.
Laura Brown, KXMX Staff Writer
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