Cody Haberman

Big Lake man jailed on assault, terroristic threats

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Big Lake Police Dept.
Chief Joel D. Scharf
Jan. 31 Big Lake Police were dispatched to an address on Fern Street at about 8:15 p.m.  The caller on 911 stated that a male armed with a handgun had entered the apartment, and was now leaving in a described vehicle.  
A short time later a Sherburne County Sheriff’s Deputy stopped the vehicle, driven by Cody Haberman (Age 21-Big Lake), and detained him.  Big Lake Police Officers conducting interviews at the scene, learned that Haberman had just come to the address in question, knocking on the door and covering the peep hole.  Thinking it was a friend, a female opened the door.   Haberman forced his way into the apartment and pulled what was believed to be a black handgun from under his sweater.  Haberman pointed the firearm at the female, and asked where a particular person was at, telling her he would kill her if she did not provide the information.  
At this time, Haberman pointed the firearm at a second person in the residence, and again stated he would kill them as well.  The first female pushed Haberman out the door and locked it.  Haberman had also saw the person he was looking for at Walmart in Monticello earlier in the day, at which time he told him; “you’re a dead man.”
In searching Haberman’s vehicle, a Big Lake Police Officer located a “look alike” firearm under the driver’s seat.  The pistol recovered looks identical to an actual firearm.  Haberman was placed under arrest and charged with; 2nd Degree Assault-Felony, and Terroristic Threats-Felony.  Haberman is currently in custody at the Sherburne County Jail.
 

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