FORM-J REV. 12/95
State of Minnesota District CourtCounty of Hennepin Fourth Judicial District
LIST CHARGE STATUTE ONLY
1 609.713 A9B03 N2 609.713 A9B03 N3 609.25 K4163 N4 609.25 K4163 N
if more than 6 counts (see attached)
if Domestic Assault as defined by MS 518B01, sub2a,b
State of Minnesota,
NAME: first, middle, last
PHILIP JAMES PARISODEFENDANT,
5395 AUDOBON AVEINVER GROVE HEIGHTS, MN 55076
CTY ATTYFILE NO.
12-5946 MN0271100 12250504
COURT CASE NO.
DATE FILEDAmended Tab Charge Previously FiledSERIOUS FELONY SUMMONSFELONY WARRANTGROSS MISDM DWI ORDER OF DETENTIONGROSS MISDM EXTRADITION
Date of Birth
C O M P L A I N T
The Complainant, being duly sworn, makes complaint to the above-named Court and states that there is probable cause to believe that the Defendant committed the following offense(s). The complainant states that the following facts establish PROBABLE CAUSE:
Complainant, Michael Fossum, of the Minneapolis Police Department, has investigated the facts and circumstancesof this offense and believes the following establishes probable cause:On August 10, 2012 at approximately 11:55 a.m., Minneapolis Police Department dispatch received a 911 callregarding an unknown male who was threatening that he had a bomb, was holding two bank employees hostage anddemanded to talk to WCCO reporters or the police. Minneapolis Police Officers responded and found the suspect,
PHILIP JAMES PARISO
, Defendant herein, inside a bank cubicle with two bank employees. He was clutching alarge bag to his chest. After some conversation, the police were able to get the Defendant to release the employeesand give himself up.Officers spoke to both of the employee hostages, a known adult female, referred as Victim 1, and a known adultmale, referred to as Victim 2. Victim 1, who is a personal banker at M & I, and Victim 2 who is a trainee, toldpolice that the Defendant was escorted back to their cubicle after he told the receptionist that he was there to reopena closed account. Once in the cubicle he told them that he had a bomb in his bag and they were his hostages. Hetold both of them that they were not free to leave and demanded that Victim 1 call WCCO TV so he could talk to areporter. He then ordered her to call the police. Both Victims believed that the Defendant may actually have abomb or some other destructive device and were afraid for their lives if they did not comply with his demands. Heheld them for approximately 25-30 minutes before the police talked him into releasing them. At some point whilehe was holding them he jumped up and yelled, “Bomb threat!”The Defendant is in custody.