A young man with a chainsaw was put into custody Sunday after he allegedly threatened a peer at Cullinan in Nordhordland.
Police in Oslo were called by the endangered peer just after at 4 Sunday night.
He had run out of his home after the 19 year old peer had come to visit in the middle of the night.
“It was a threatening situation. The aggrieved had been threatened with a chainsaw with the engine running at his home.
“The bedroom door had been sawed in and he found it frightening. He ran out of the house,” says operations manager Stein Rune Halleraker Western Police District to the news channel NTB.
The police came out and arrested the accused 19-year-old, who in the meanwhile had returned to his own residence.
The chainsaw was put away, but the police found a door that was split in two.
“He was arrested by the patrol and is now in jail with us anticipating interrogation.
“He has been charged with intimidation with dangerous machinery and being a public nuisance,” says Halleraker.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today