Man Arrested After Allegedly Pulling Knife on Customer in Bradley


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BRADLEY, IL – Area police arrested a man over the weekend after he allegedly pulled a knife and threatened to stab someone with it.  The incident occurred over the weekend when officers were called to a business on Kennedy Drive to deal with an alleged problem customer.

According to reports, the customer in question was identified as Albert N Lindsey, 45, of Kankakee, had recently left a home on South Forest Avenue, where he had allegedly pulled a knife on a victim and threatened to use it. Other people present at the home intervened and stopped Lindsey from following through with the attack.

Lindsey then reportedly continued his aggressive behavior when he arrived at the business on Kennedy Drive, prompting police to be called. Upon their arrival, Lindsey was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and public disturbance. 

He was transported to Jerome Combs Detention Center, where he was later released on a cash-out bond of $1,000.

No injuries were reported in either incident, and police have not released any further information regarding the incident or the people involved.


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