A Worthington man was arrested on felony-assault charges after he allegedly attacked multiple family members with a steel pipe last month, according to the Worthington Division of Police.
The 21-year-old man was at his mother's residence on Crandall Drive at 11 p.m. May 28 when he became angry at her request for him to put out a cigarette, according to reports.
The man allegedly began screaming in the driveway and eventually grabbed a pipe and threatened his mother and brothers. At one point, he allegedly hit his brother on the back of the head with the pipe, knocking him unconscious.
When officers arrived, the man "did not comply" and officers used an electroshock weapon to subdue him.
The man was arrested and charged with felony assault, multiple counts of assault, three counts of domestic violence and criminal damaging for smashing items with the pipe.
In other incident reports from the Worthington police:
* Two residents on the 5600 block of Indianola Avenue reported having their vehicles broken into over the night of May 29 into the morning of May 30. Both reported having items stolen from the vehicles.
* A woman reported that someone smashed a window of her vehicle while it was parked on the 5800 block of North High Street on May 28 and stole a purse that was in the vehicle.
* Multiple suspects were arrested after police found three people in a car on the 7100 block of North High Street with substances suspected to be crack cocaine and heroin on the morning of May 24.
* A resident reported that someone broke out a window of a residence on the 100 block of St. Julien Street on May 24. No entry was made and nothing was stolen.