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Seagraves man charged with terroristic threat, assault against family member

Dakota Mike Blagg, 21 (Source: Gaines County Jail) Dakota Mike Blagg, 21 (Source: Gaines County Jail)
SEAGRAVES, TX (KCBD) -

WEDNESDAY UPDATE: Seagraves Police say they have added a charge of assault against a family member after learning that Dakota Mike Blagg allegedly kicked his 3-year-old nephew in the head just prior to being arrested on Oct. 11.

21-year-old Dakota Mike Blagg was arrested by Seagraves police on Tuesday, charged with resisting arrest and making a terroristic threat.

Police say Seagraves Chief Scott McAuley was called to the scene in the 1300 block of Sandy Acres where they found Blagg in the open doorway of a Tahoe parked in front of a residence.

A woman from the residence said Blagg had a knife. McAuley ordered him to show his hands, which were behind his back. McAuley repeated his order, and tased Blagg when he made an aggressive move toward him.

 Police say Blagg was taken into custody without further incident. An open knife was recovered from the scene. Blagg was transported to the Gaines County Jail where he has been charged with resisting arrest, search, or transportation, a Class A misdemeanor, and Terroristic Threat, also a Class A Misdemeanor.

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