Rochester man who assaulted police officer already had warrants for arrest

(ABC 6 News) – A man arrested for assaulting a police officer Sunday, May 22, was already wanted in Olmsted County Court.
Tyrone Land, 31, of Rochester, had a warrant for failure to appear at a May 3 hearing for drug charges and driving without a valid license, and for defaulting on a bail bond.

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He faced further charges of stealing and fleeing from police in a motor vehicle from Dec. 2021.

Land also faced a probation violation hearing for a March conviction of felony threat of violence with reckless disregard for risk.
He appeared at hearings for all three charges Tuesday, May 24.

The results are not yet public.

ABC 6 News will update this story as more information is available.