BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - An arrest has been made following an incident in Bloomington where an Army National Guardsmen was injured by a metal vise thrown through his car's windshield.
Early Friday evening Bloomington police said they have arrested a 39-year-old Bloomington man in connection with the incident. No charges have been filed and the investigation remains under investigation.
SFC Jonathan Stacke suffered a broken jaw and lost six teeth when the metal vise crashed through his windshield Monday night. Stacke underwent multiple surgeries and is expected to fully recover.
"I heard a loud explosion. I wasn't sure if it was a gun shot or what it was. all I know is that I was down," said Stacke. "I grabbed my face and knew there was something wrong there, felt the blood and the missing teeth and the glass in my face."
Bloomington police say Monday's incident is the sixth similar incident reported in the area of Normandale Blvd. and Mount Normandale Dr. in west Bloomington.
The investigation is ongoing.
A fund has been setup for SPC Jonathan Stacke, donations can be given at any TCF Bank.
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