Galesburg man faces multiple charges for breach of protective order and more after weekend incident


Galesburg Police on Saturday, May 14 at approximately 9:20 p.m. responded to the 100 block of Oren Drive at Kimberly Terrace in Galesburg for a report of a violation of a protective order. Officers met a female victim who told police Chance Uhland, 33, came to the house and an argument ensued. Uhland made numerous threats at the woman, threw objects at her, including a set of keys and a ring, damaged furniture, and left before police arrived. Uhland was added to Galesburg Police’s pending arrest list after the incident for breach of protective order and domestic assault. Later that night, Uhland returned to the house, pushed through a barricade the woman had set up at the front door, and punched a hole in the wall. Police also added charges of breach of protective order and felony charges of criminal trespassing. The police were then called back to the residence the next day. Uhland could be heard screaming and crying inside the residence, and officers found him standing in a bathroom, according to police reports. Uhland refused to comply with police and officers were forced to deploy a Taser and he was taken into custody. In total, Uhland was charged with four counts of breach of protective order, felony resisting a peace officer, criminal trespassing and domestic battery.


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