A man tried running from a court hearing on Monday after learning there was a warrant for his arrest, reports a CBS affiliate here.
It all began when Anthony Williams failed to appear on his originally scheduled court date Friday. That resulted in Judge Chris Wrede issuing a bench warrant for his arrest.
When Williams showed up Monday morning, Wrede told a security officer to take him into custody on the warrant.
That's when Williams went running.
Chasing after him was The officer, and Judge Wrede.
According to the officer and witnesses, Williams crashed into a locked door, breaking the glass.
The officer said Williams opened the other door and stumbled his way past the metal detector at the entry. Williams made it through a first set of doors, but not a second.
The officer used his Taser to end the chase.
Anthony Williams allegedly tried to flee after learning in a Terre Haute, Indiana courtroom on June 19, 2017 that a warrant had been issued for his arrest Close.
As the officer caught up with Williams, he said it looked like a scene from the Batman movies, because Judge Wrede was still in his black robe. And chased him down
Williams is due back in court on Thursday.