Man shot after allegedly attacking SBPD officer, arrested for threatening another cop
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- A man who was shot by a South Bend Police Officer in March after allegedly attacking the cop, was arrested again for allegedly threatening another officer.
Police arrested 27-year-old Terrance Eppenger outside of the Oliver Apartments on West Indiana Avenue last night. Police were responding to an unwanted person call.
Eppenger was shot on March, 27th after he allegedly attacked a South Bend Police officer during an unwanted person call on Elwood Avenue.
Eppenger was booked after he was cleared by the hospital. A judge ordered Eppenger be released from jail in May. He only spent about a week in jail.
He will be in court for the latest arrest tomorrow.