Guns and dogs pointed at man after warrant issued for forgery | News
OWENSVILLE, IN (WFIE)- An afternoon arrest has been made after a man accused of forgery and theft ended up with guns and a dog pointed at him.
On Thursday, the U.S. Marshal's Task Force received information that Cory Folsom, 25-years-old, was visiting a friend's house in Owensville.
A warrant for Folsom's arrest was issued three days prior after a forgery and theft investigation was conducted by Oakland City Police.
Officers watched Folsom leave his friend's home carrying a handgun and then driving away in a Mercury Marquis.
Within two minutes, officers from the U.S. Marshal's Task Force, Indiana State Police, Oakland City Police and Owensville Police stopped Folsom's vehicle near First and Warrick Street.
Folsom was arrested and officers searched the vehicle and found a handgun underneath a seat.
Folsom is being charged with three counts of forgery in Gibson County Jail and is currently being held on bond.
Our viewer, Steve Lintzenich sent in photos of the arrest.
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