By News StaffPublished: Mar 10, 2014 at 3:47 PM PDTLast Updated: Mar 10, 2014 at 5:05 PM PDT
A man is in custody after he refused to come out and meet with police Monday.
In an attempt to escape, the suspect threatened to throw feces at police, according to officers at the scene.
The incident on Candlelight Drive in West Eugene started around noon when Kenneth William Hinton refused to come out of a home and meet with officers who were attempting to serve a warrant, according to a police spokesperson.
Police used a loudspeaker to ask him to come out.
Then they sent in a dog.
Hinton was taken into custody around 2:40 p.m. after he jumped out a window and made a run for it.
Before being captured, police said Hinton threated to throw his own feces at them.
Hundreds of vendors filled the Lane Events Center over March 6-9 for the 35th annual Home and Garden Show. The event is free to the public, however organizers ask people to bring canned food donations for Food For Lane County. The show runs Saturday 10am-8pm and Sunday 10am-5pm.
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Johan Gillette, the man accused of killing his father and his father's partner, is a gentle, loving person, the first witnesses for the defense said Thursday.
James Gilette described his close bond with older brother Johan
"We played tag. We hunted for snakes and lizards in the outdoors," he told the court. "Later on I tagged along with all his friends. They let me be full time quarterback a lot of the times and things like that. So they were really nice to me and let me play with them all the time."
Defense attorneys repeatedly asked witnesses to classify Johan Gillette as peaceful or not peaceful. The defense contends he killed his father in self-defense.
"Johan has always been incredibly gentle," friend Misty Declark said. "He's always avoided conflict."