Indiana Man Allegedly Threatened Family With Foot-Long Knife

YORKTOWN, Ind. (AP): A central Indiana man faces burglary, criminal confinement and other preliminary charges for allegedly threatening his father and stepmother with a foot-long knife.
 
Forty-three-year-old Kevin L.D. Fries of Tipton was arrested Thursday after leading police on a chase along Interstate 69. He's being held at the Delaware County Jail on $115,000 bond.
 
Fries also faces preliminary charges of auto theft, threats with a deadly weapon, resisting law enforcement and a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.
 
Yorktown police say Fries entered his father and stepmother's Yorktown home late Wednesday night, pulled out a foot-long knife and announced, “I came here to kill you.''
 
Fries allegedly forced his stepmother to tie up his father with neckties, stole a rifle and fled in his father's truck.