A Pasco man is behind bars after allegedly holding a butcher's knife to his victim's throat.

The report filed comes from the Pasco Police Department.

According to the police report, Isaac G. Scroggins of Pasco was arrested Saturday morning at about 4 AM at a house in west Pasco after he allegedly held a butcher knife to a victim’s throat and threatened to kill the victim.

The report says that officers entered the house after witnessing Scroggins holding the victim, but he was unarmed at that time and was arrested without injury. Two large knives were located in the house.

credit: Pasco Police/Dave Allen

 

Pasco Police booked Scroggins into the Franklin County Jail on an investigative hold for Assault Second Degree.

Anyone with info about this case is urged to call Dispatch at (509)628-0333 about case 21-20161.

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