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6/11/2017 - Greensburg man faces intimidation and criminal trespass charges - Click here to print this information

A Greensburg man faces allegations of intimidation (level 5 felony), criminal trespass (class A misdemeanor), and possession of a device or substance used to interfere with screening test (class B misdemeanor). 49-year old Paul Posz was charged in Decatur County Circuit Court on June 7th.

According to court documents, Greensburg Police Department officers were dispatched to South CR 480 East for a report of an alleged domestic situation. Officers received a report that the suspect had just left the scene in a late model Ford truck.

At the scene, a witness informed officers that a physical altercation had taken place, but was now just verbal. Soon after, another officer reported that he had found the suspect.

According to the police report, a woman reported that she entered the residence to collect her belongings, but the suspect was under the bed waiting for her. The woman went to a neighbor's house, when the suspect allegedly began yelling and screaming. A witness stated that the suspect was told on multiple times to leave the property, but the suspect is said to have then attempted to come inside the residence. At that point, the suspect allegedly picked up a piece of metal and approached the residence.

According to the police report, the suspect is alleged to have said "I'm going to kill you." The suspect and neighbor were said to have then begun wrestling on the ground. A witness stated the suspect left when made aware that officers were on the way.

The suspect was taken to the Decatur County Jail, where it was discovered that he had what was believed to be synthetic urine. During questioning, the suspect denied all allegations, except he is alleged to have admitted that the substance found during the search was synthetic urine that he used on drug screenings. According to the police report, the suspect stated that he did not use drugs.

Tom Flemming-WTRE News

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