Idaho Falls man who reportedly attacked people arrested
Idaho Falls Police report a 24-year-old Idaho Falls man was arrested Thursday after police found three individuals who needed medical attention at two different locations.
At approximately 9:26 a.m., police were dispatched to the 400 block of Tendoy Drive for a disturbance.
It was reported by the caller that an adult man had been walking down the street, breaking windows of homes and vehicles and attacking people.
Police found two victims that needed medical attention in that area.
Idaho Falls EMS responded and transported one victim to the hospital where they are currently seeking medical attention.
The second victim refused treatment and transport.
Additional callers told police the man was now at Winco at 1st and Woodruff, causing a disturbance there. With the assistance of two private citizens, the man was physically detained at Winco.
An additional person was found that required medical treatment, and they sought treatment from a private medical provider.
Dustin D. Williams was placed under arrest for the following charges:
Two counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon (Idaho code 18-907) Battery (Idaho code 18-903) Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (Idaho code 18-905) Malicious injury to private property (Idaho code 18-7001) Felony Resisting and Obstructing an officer during the course of an investigation (Idaho code 18-705) Petit Theft (18-2407(2)) Two counts of injuring jails (Idaho code 18-7018)
Williams also damaged two different police vehicles during his transport for medical clearance prior to incarceration.
Williams is currently being booked into the Bonneville County Jail.