CHARLESTOWN, Ind. (AP) _ A southern Indiana man faces carjacking charges after police said he forced his mother to drive him around in search of a girlfriend he had allegedly assaulted.
Twenty-three-year-old Marcus Buba of Sellersburg was arrested Friday in Charlestown. He faces preliminary felony charges of carjacking, and intimidation.
Buba is being held at a jail complex in Jeffersonville and has not yet been formally charged.
The News and Tribune reports that police say Buba’s sister called 911 Friday to report that her brother was forcing their mother to drive him around to find his girlfriend, who he allegedly attacked earlier that day.
The sister told police she feared for her and her mother’s life.