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A Harrison teen is in custody after allegedly attempting to run down two people with his car.
The dispute apparently began because of an argument over a computer.
The man allegedly attempted to run down the two people in the front yard of a home in the 200 block of Maple Street in Harrison. The suspect did not hit the people, but apparently struck a fire hydrant and damaged his vehicle.
The suspect then took off and was later apprehended at his residence.
He is currently lodged in the Clare County jail waiting arraignment. The suspect is facing numerous charges including felonious assault.
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Tuesday, February 19 2013, 09:02 AM EST
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