LPD: Man faces 10 charges after several disturbances, fleeing police

Lincoln Police say a 38-year-old Lincoln man has been arrested on several charges after causing disturbances, fleeing police, and driving drunk.
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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Lincoln Police say a 38-year-old Lincoln man has been arrested on several charges after causing disturbances, fleeing police, and driving drunk.

Police say on Tuesday around 7:30p.m., they were called to AAA Pawn on a report of a man smoking inside and causing a disturbance in the store after previously being banned from the business.

When police arrived on the scene, they say they were advised that 38-year-old Charles Danczak, the man accused of causing the disturbance, had left the store but hit several vehicles with his car before driving away. Police say they were also familiar with Danczak after being contacted about him several times earlier that day.

Police say they were then notified that Danczak had arrived at a Quikshop where he was also causing a disturbance. When police arrived, they say that Danczak ignored officers and got into his vehicle and drove away at a high rate of speed.

According to officials, Danczak also went to several other businesses including a Shell gas station and Family Dollar where he assaulted employees and caused disturbances at both locations.

Later, police say they arrived at Danczak’s residence where his mother answered the door and told police the he was refusing to come out. After a short conversation with officers, they say Danczak appeared to be highly intoxicated and slammed the door in officer’s faces.

After being granted permission to enter the home, police say Danczak was eventually arrested after he resisted arrest several times. Once taken into custody, officers say Danzcak was not cooperative, and refused to submit a breath test at the jail.

Danczak was arrested and lodged in the Lancaster County Jail for two counts of trespassing, two counts of assault, felony operate a motor vehicle to avoid arrest, failure to furnish information in an accident, DUI third offense with refusal, obstructing a peace officer, felony resist arrest, and smoking in a prohibited place.

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