Ongoing Neighbor Dispute Gets Man Arrested Twice

A Lexington man was arrested for the second time in a month over a dispute with his neighbors.

Court documents said Bryan Judson, 41, was arrested on Wednesday and charged with intimidating a witness.

Police were called to a home at 300 Wilson Downing Road Tuesday to a report of a disorder between neighbors, with a possible emergency protective order violation.

Officers said when they arrived, they found Judson seated in a plastic chair at the bottom of the driveway of 302 Wilson Downing Road, facing his neighbors’ home at 300 Wilson Downing Road.

Documents said officers performed a pat down to make sure he did not have a weapon on him.

Judson was arrested back on September 1 after police said he fired shots into that same neighbors’ yard, striking their car.

He was charged with wanton endangerment. The case is set to go before a grand jury.

He was released on September 17 and told by a judge not to have contact with his neighbors.

That neighbor called police on September 23 and said Judson was trying to intimidate him and his wife by sitting in the driveway with his hand inside his waistband, making it appear he had a gun.

The neighbor also reports that Judson was trying to discourage his wife from testifying against him in a court proceeding.

Court documents said when officers told Judson his conduct appeared threatening to the victims, given his prior history of violence toward them, officers said Judson stated, "This is may driveway, and I’m doing nothing wrong." He refused to turn his chair around when told to do so by officers and documents said Judson grew increasingly hostile and uncooperative.

Documents also said the neighbor told police she no longer felt safe in her home and was going to stay at an undisclosed location.

Police stayed with her until she packed her belongings and left.

Judson will be arraigned on this latest charge Thursday.

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