(Source: Yuma County Sheriff's Office) Larry Noll was arrested Saturday and booked into jail on first-degree burglary charges, various weapons offenses and multiple domestic violence charges after a struggle with Yuma County sheriff's deputies.
YUMA, AZ (CBS5) -
A 69-year-old Wellton man was arrested on multiple charges after officers said he tried break into his ex-wife's house Saturday while carrying a shotgun.
Larry Noll was arrested about 10:20 p.m. and booked into jail on first-degree burglary charges, various weapons offenses and multiple domestic violence charges after a struggle with Yuma County sheriff's deputies on the front porch of the home.
Deputies said Noll was armed with a short, double-barrel 12 gauge shotgun and intoxicated when he threatened to harm his ex-wife, according to a YCSO news release. Deputies said they persuaded him to put the shotgun down but he resisted arrest and a stun gun had to be used to subdue him.
The shotgun unintentionally discharged during the struggle, but no one was hurt, according to the release. A subsequent check revealed Noll is prohibited from possessing firearms.
He was being held in the Yuma County Detention Center on a bond of $91,587.
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