Man disturbed family, tossed meth pipe in northeast Nebraska, deputies say
LINCOLN, Neb. (Nebraska) – Stanton County Deputies have arrested a man in northeast Norfolk after a disturbance at a home.
Authorities were called to a home in Woodland Park around 10 a.m. Tuesday, according to the Stanton County Sheriff’s Office.
The caller said their family member, Kyle Kirstine, 41, was behaving violently and irrationally towards others at the home.
Officers visited the home and say Kirstine pulled a glass pipe out of his pocket and tossed it into an adjoining room.
The pipe was found and a field test showed it tested positive for methamphetamine, MPs say.
Kirstine was physically detained and arrested after refusing to obey orders from deputies.
He is charged with disturbing the peace, possession of methamphetamines, tampering with evidence and obstructing a police officer.
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