Cash Bond Set At $10,000 For Beaver Dam Man Accused Of Threatening And Spitting At Police

(Beaver Dam) Cash bond was set at $10,000 Monday for a Beaver Dam man accused of making threats and spitting at police. Nathaniel Hoffman is facing a felony charge of Threats To Law Enforcement and three counts of Discharge Bodily Fluid all as a repeat offender. On Sunday night, Beaver Dam officers were dispatched to Hotel Rogers to arrest Hoffman who was wanted on a probation warrant out of Waupaca County. Hoffman reportedly attempted to slam the door on the officers but they were able to gain entry to his unit and arrest him. As the 32-year-old was escorted from the building he made multiple threats towards police. Hoffman allegedly spat at three officers while they were placing him into a squad car, forcing authorities to place a spit hood on his face. According to the criminal complaint, Hoffman continued to make violent threats toward police as he was taken to the Dodge County Jail. If convicted, Hoffman faces no more than 22-and-a-half years in prison. A judge will decide next week if there is enough evidence to order a trial.