VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind. (WTH) - A 911 call about a speeding four-wheeler lands a man behind bars in Vermillion County.
It happened late Friday night in Hillsdale, on County Road 775 South and 400 East.
Police said they received a call about a man driving too fast.
When police stopped the ATV, they identified the driver as 33-year-old John Pike.
Police say Pike was argumentative with them.
A different group of people alleges Pike threatened to shoot their dogs.
Police said they would forward the case to the prosecutor's office and told everyone, including Pike, to leave the area and go home.
Pike reportedly drove toward one of the people's homes that were involved in the situation.
Police say Pike turned around and started to argue with them.
After he was told multiple times to leave, police placed him under arrest.
Police said Pike started to resist.
He was arrested and is facing charges of intimidation, reckless driving, disorderly conduct, and resisting law enforcement.
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