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John B. Hockenbury, 20, allegedly attacked a man outside a residence in south Mountain Lake

John B. Hockenbury, 20, allegedly attacked a man outside a residence in south Mountain Lake

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John B. Hockenbury, 20, said he was drowsy and suffering from body aches when his girlfriend, 21-year-old Emily R. Sutter, called 911. An Oakland County sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to the residence in the 1000 block of Riverside Drive, in south Mountain Lake on Sunday, and met Hockenbury outside.

Hockenbury, who was not injured, told deputies he was in a “bad place” and appeared very intoxicated. His girlfriend told the deputy she had injected him with a painkiller, Suboxone.

Deputies conducted a field sobriety test, and Hockenbury said he was “very, very intoxicated” and required at least five more pills of the narcotic.

Hockenbury was then taken to Grayslake Adventist Medical Center for evaluation by a medical team. He is now at home with his mother and father where he is expected to recover.

This is a breaking news story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

Deputies responded to a report of a man outside a residence causing a disturbance.

Authorities say the 20-year-old man was outside in the 1000 block of Riverside Drive in the south Mountain Lake town Saturday afternoon and allegedly began to drink alcohol.

Once he started drinking, he was said to become angry.

“He began talking about someone who had robbed him and stabbed him. He became quite intoxicated and aggressive,” said Sergeant Mike Burdon, a sheriff’s spokesman. He eventually began acting more and said he was “willing to fight with his girlfriend.”

The 20-year-old man took another man into the backyard by kicking in the door but they were unable to leave, according to authorities. The 20-year-old allegedly attacked the man with a knife after he told him to leave.

He was then transported to Grayslake

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