Man on parole goes back to jail after making violent threats, resisting arrest

Wednesday, August 22, 2012 - 12:00pm

 A man who was scheduled to get off parole in November is back behind bars today. That’s because he allegedly threatened to kill himself, his family and police if they tried to intervene.

The Thibodaux Police Department reports that the incident occurred on Tuesday, Aug. 21 at 5:00 a.m. Officials say the suspect, Donnie Glynn, 28, of Thibodaux, had arrived at his the home angry and made the threats. He then grabbed the victim by the face and threw her. Glynn, who does not have a valid driver’s license, left the residence in a 2000 white Toyota Avalon. The victim said that Glynn had been drinking.

Glynn arrived back at the home while Police were there, and refused to obey when Police ordered him out of the vehicle. Glynn fought with Police, but they were able to subdue him. Police believed Glynn was intoxicated, but he refused to cooperate by submitting to a field sobriety test. Glynn, who had a previous conviction for possession of marijuana, had marijuana in his pocket; making this one a felony. Glynn had a BAC of .103g%.
Glynn was charged with Domestic Abuse Battery, Resisting an Officer, No Driver's license, DWI (1st), and Felony Possession of Marijuana.

Glynn was transported to the Lafourche Parish Detention Center in lieu of bond.

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