A Jamestown man was arrested for burglary and assault charges early Thursday morning in Russell Springs, according to jail records.
Brandon C. Stinson, 26, was arrested by Russell Springs Police Officer Ethan Pike just before 5:30 am Thursday at the FiveStar station on US 127 on charges of first degree burglary and two counts of first degree assault following an alleged incident around 3:45 am at a home on Sambo Lane.
Jail records show that Officer Pike was dispatched to the home after a call from a female resident, 22-year-old Paige Mander, stated a male was inside her residence with a gun. Upon arriving at the scene, Pike located a male victim, 18-year-old Briley Hadley, with visible injuries that had allegedly been beaten by Stinson with a wrench. Mander had also allegedly been hit with the wrench during the altercation.
Both victims also, according to jail records, said Stinson pulled a gun on them, ordered them to the ground, and pointed it at them.
A short time later, Officer Pike located Stinson, who said he had entered the residence through the back door and went into a bedroom where the alleged incident took place, jail records show. Stinson was then arrested on the assault and burglary charges and lodged in the Russell County Detention Center. The investigation continues. Officer Pike was assisted by Deputy John Wine and members of the Russell County Ambulance Service.