Bellevue Man Holds Trespasser at Bay with Gun
A man is behind bars Monday morning accused of trespassing and other crimes after a resident held a gun on him until police arrived.
James Fogle, 19, of Dayton, was found in a Bellevue man's yard Sunday morning. WXIX reports:
Ryan Schmidt heard his car alarm go off around 4 a.m., prompting him to go outside with his shotgun. Schmidt, who has police training, then found a man hiding in his yard and ordered him to get on the ground.
The suspect, James Fogle, was held at bay by Schmidt until authorities arrived and arrested the 19-year-old for trespassing and other charges.
Fogle is charged with criminal trespassing (third degree), possession of drug paraphernalia, alcohol intoxication in a public place, and a probation violation.
See a video interview with Schmidt at WXIX.
Photo: James Fogle/Campbell County Detention Center