Probation ordered for Altoona man who threatened to bite officer’s nose while wife was giving birth

UPDATE:
Eau Claire (WQOW) –
An Altoona man accused of threatening officers while his wife was about to give birth was sentenced Monday to three years probation.

Judge John Manydeeds ordered the probation for Randy Lacoursiere. He was arrested in April at Mayo Clinic after police said he appeared highly intoxicated and kept falling down.

Lacoursiere also threatened to fight security officers. Police said after he was arrested, he threatened to bite off an officer’s nose.


Posted April 2018
Eau Claire (WQOW)
– Police say an Altoona man threatened officers at an Eau Claire hospital, while his wife was about to give birth.

Police said it happened Wednesday night in Eau Claire.

According to the complaint, Randy Lacoursiere appeared highly intoxicated and kept falling down near the coffee shop area. Officers said he was also swearing and threatened to fight security officers. After he was arrested, he threatened to bite off an officer’s nose.

Police said his BAC following his arrest was .206. 

Lacoursiere is charged with threatening an officer and disorderly conduct.

He’s back in court in May.
 

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