Greeley Man Facing Charges After Breaking Into Home With a Knife
A 30-year-old man is facing burglary and menacing charges after allegedly breaking into his neighbor’s apartment - holding a knife in hand - last Friday (June 25) at an apartment complex in Greeley.
As per the Greeley Tribune, the Greeley Police Department responded to reports of a man acting suspicious between late Thursday night (June 24) and early Friday morning, according to arrest records regarding the incident.
The man in question was determined by police to be 30-year-old Antywon Bowden-Wright.
Bowden-Wright had been reportedly yelling at people while knocking on doors around an apartment complex; reports indicate that Bowden-Wright had even been fully nude at one point. He appeared to be under the influence of something (a specific drug/substance was not determined) at the time of the incident.
In an effort to avoid further conflict, the 30-year-old man was sent back inside of his apartment by the officers who responded on the scene.
It was then at approximately 6:10 a.m. on Friday morning when officers were called back to the same apartment complex after a neighbor reported that Bowden-Wright had entered their home with a knife after kicking down the door.
Antywon Bowden-Wright was arrested and booked into Weld County Jail on Friday; he was arrested on one count of first-degree burglary and was also issued a felony for menacing with a weapon, according to arrest records via the Weld County Sheriff's Office.
Bowden-Wright remains in custody at this time.
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