Man accused of throwing another through window
POLSON — A Polson man is accused of throwing another man through the window of a building on Polson’s Main Street. Joshua Leon Johnson, 42, entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson on Sept. 2, to felony criminal endangerment and misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
According to court records, on June 29, Polson Police responded to a report that someone was thrown through the window of a building in the 200 block of Main Street. The responding officer met with the alleged victim, A.W. The officer also noted a three-foot-by-three foot hole in the window of the building. A.W. said Johnson had been arguing with his wife in a nearby tavern and the argument carried out into the street. A.W. said he was trying to protect Johnson’s wife when he was attacked and thrown through the window by Johnson. A local glass repair shop estimated damages at $3,117.38.
Judge Deborah “Kim” Christopher set a trial date of Jan. 24. Johnson remains at liberty.