On Monday night, Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies were sent to investigate a possible burglary and were told that Hatley had broken into the house. A woman said that she had told Hatley not to come by but he showed up in her front yard and hit her in the face (breaking her nose). He then entered the home and proceeded to stab a man inside with a pocket knife and hit him in the head. But, wait, there’s more. When deputies found Hatley hiding in the woods, he resisted arrested in struggling with the deputies. On the way to the jail, however, he passed out because he had swallowed heroin.
So the final bill is: first-degree assault, second-degree assault, first-degree burglary, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and attempting to elude police. The drug charge is absent since, unlike the other case this week, he does not appear to have coughed up a bag of evidence.