Tuma attacked his sister for becoming engaged to a woman and struck a window and windshield of the vehicle they were in 8-10 times with a crowbar before they drove off, after which Tuma and Marks pursued the women in Marks' Dodge Ram and tried to push them into traffic on North 27th Street.
The Journal-Star reports:
No one was hurt, but the fiancée's 2003 Toyota Celica sustained $2,500 damage, Flood said.
Officers pulled Tuma and Marks over at about 2:30 Friday morning in south Lincoln and arrested Tuma on suspicion of attempted second-degree assault, criminal mischief and two counts of terroristic threats, all of them with a hate crime enhancement, which allows for a stiffer sentence.
They also cited Tuma on suspicion of using a deadly weapon to commit a felony.
They arrested Marks on suspicion of aiding and abetting two crimes: making terroristic threats and using a weapon to commit a felony.
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