MH man breaks window at BC jail with prosthetic leg

Photo: Michael Lawson Bobbitt

A Mountain Home man is facing two charges, after he allegedly used his prosthetic leg to break a window at the Baxter County Detention Center. Fifty-year-old Michael Lawson Bobbitt is alleged to have used the prosthesis to break the glass in his holding cell.

According the incident report, Bobbitt was acting unruly while being booked into the jail on a disorderly conduct charge shortly after midnight last Friday. The alleged incident happened after Bobbitt was placed in the holding cell.

He was charged with criminal mischief in the second degree and impairing the operations of a vital public facility. He is free on bond.

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