Charges filed against man shot by police

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EDWARDSVILLE, IL (KTVI) – Madison County State’s Attorney Tom Gibbons filed charges against 52-year-old Thomas E. Noser Monday for this past weekend’s confrontation with a Granite City police officers which resulted in the shooting of Noser.

The incident occurred Saturday in the 2000 block on Delmar where police were summoned to a domestic dispute involving a family. Officers were confronted by Noser during the investigation of the alleged beating of Noser’s 76-year-old mother and another person with a bat.

Police say Noser confronted officers with a knife, repeatedly refusing to drop the knife. Noser charged the officers and was shot twice.

Noser has been charged with 2 counts attempted 1st degree murder, aggravated assault, and 2 counts of aggravated domestic battery.

Bond for Noser has been set at $500,000. Noser will be transported to the Madison County Jail after he’s released from the hospital.

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2 comments

  • RETIRED1

    I wished the police had shot that savage to death especially if he beat his elderly mother with a baseball bat as alleged!

  • Tim Wilson

    I could not agree more RETIRED.
    However,now his bond should be increased to an even 3 Million Dollars.
    That way he never sees the light of day again. I hope.

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