New Ulm Felony Assault 03 May 12

A New Ulm man faces multiple felony charges following an alleged stabbing this past weekend. 36-year-old David Edward Wetzel Jr was charged with 2nd-degree assault, terroristic threats, obstructing arrest and fleeing a police officer this week in Brown County Court. He was arrested after reportedly assaulting and stabbing a person in New Ulm and then attempting to flee from police on a bicycle. He allegedly resisted arrest at the time as well, and caused minor injuries to a police officer before being taken to the Brown County Detox. He is now in custody in the Brown County Jail with bail set at $100,000.

  • anonimous

    HE DESERVES TO BE THERE FOR ALL THE STUFF HE HAS DONE TO PEOPLE IN THE PAST,  HE IS A VIOLENT MAN AND NEEDS TO BE LOCKED UP AND PUT AWAY FOR GOOD.  HIS CRIMINAL RECORD IN IOWA IS LITERALLY A BOOK.  ITS MOSTLY ASSAULTS ON PEOPLE, HIS WIFE NOW EX-WIFE, HIS SON, HIS MOTHER, AND NUMEROUS OTHER PEOPLE.  THEY NEED TO LOCK HIM UP AND THROW AWAY THE KEY.