PRINCETON — Princeton Police Chief Derek McGraw reported two men arrested Friday on warrants, accused of intimidation with a deadly weapon. The arrests stem from incidents involving several people over the past several days, according to McGraw.
The PPD chief said in a news release that the charges are related to “social media videos and text messages that directly showed a gun, racist comments and threats of bodily harm.”
Arrested on level 5 felony counts of intimidation with a deadly weapon were Trestan W. Perry, 21, of Oakland City, and Hayden Tuley, 25, of Princeton.
McGraw reported a juvenile was also taken into custody on a charge of battery with a deadly weapon.
He said the investigation into the incidents continues and more charges may be filed.