Kameron Boudin Trial
Jarrod Thomas | Mar 15, 2017 AT 7:54 pm
The jury trial of a rural Parker’s Prairie man is underway in Otter Tail County District Court today.
Twenty-eight-year-old Kameron Erik Boudin is charged with a fifth-degree controlled substance crime, first-degree criminal damage to property, and two petty misdemeanors – possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a small amount of marijuana.
Authorities were called to Boudin’s home near Pickeral Lake northeast of Underwood on June 23rd, 2015 for a domestic disturbance. Boudin was allegedly throwing items around the home and furniture onto the front lawn. A metal frame for a futon struck a woman on the shoulder, cutting her. Boudin also caused an estimated $1,195 damage to the interior of a squad car after his arrest. He allegedly tried to kill himself while in the squad car.
Boudin has a warrant for his arrest out of Chisago County for failing to appear on a reckless discharge of a firearm charge.
The trial should wrap up by tomorrow (Thursday).