FILE – Park City police say 5 teen girls dressed as zombies had been promoting Odyssey Dance Theatre’s annual production of “Thriller” through scaring pedestrians on Main Street.
PARK CITY — Park City police say 5 teen girls dressed as zombies had been promoting Odyssey Dance Theatre’s annual production of “Thriller” through scaring pedestrians on Main Street.
But when the girls attempted to scare Drew Stephen Hyde, he replied through punching and shoving the girls, in step with a Summit County Jail reserving document. Hyde, 56, of Henderson, Nev., was once arrested and later charged in third District Court with 5 counts of kid abuse, a category A misdemeanor.
The bizarre incident took place on Sept. 22. The girls, who had been between the ages of 13 and 16, had been out of doors the Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main in Park City.
“All five victims were with the dance company Odyssey Thriller and were playing zombies outside of the Egyptian Theater,” the document states.
As Hyde walked through along with his circle of relatives, he instructed a 14-year-old woman “if you touch my daughter I will punch you,” in step with the document. He “then punched her on the left side of her face,” the document states.
A 16-year-old woman instructed police she watched Hyde “shove two other girls down the stairs then come and ‘shoved my back down the stairs,'” in step with the document.
Hyde instructed any other 16-year-old woman, “if you (expletive) touch me I will knock you out” ahead of he grabbed her “by the back of the neck and shoved her down the stairs,” the document states.
A 15-year-old woman stated Hyde instructed her “‘if any of you touch me I’ll (expletive) you up’ and then proceeded to grab her by the back of the neck and pushed her down the stairs,'” whilst the 5th woman, 13, gave a identical tale that Hyde “walked up to her and told her if she touched him he would ‘effing’ knock her out” ahead of he proceeded to punch the lady within the chest, the document states.
“All female victims were checked by medical and no major injuries were noted except bruises. A photo was taken of the suspect and he was later identified as Drew Hyde,” the document states.
Hyde was once scheduled to make an preliminary look in court docket final Thursday, in step with court docket information.