AMERICAN FORK, Utah (KSTU) -- An American Fork man faces several felony charges in connection with a home invasion robbery.
Charging documents allege 42-year-old Joshua J. Haskell broke into an American Fork home on Thursday, threatened a woman with a large serrated knife and tied her up with shoelaces.
"[Haskell] demanded her car keys, credit cards and cash. The victim was screaming during the incident and her son called the police who made entry and found [Haskell] in the bedroom with the victim," according to a probable cause statement.
Police said they found Haskell in possession of the woman's stolen property, a knife, gloves, a mask and methamphetamine.
Haskell faces charges of aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, aggravated kidnapping/unlawful detention, possession of a dangerous weapon by a restricted person and possession or use of methamphetamine.