Arrest on attempted murder charge for Twin Peaks actor

Spokane police arrested Jeremy R Lindholm 41 as he fled the 420 Lingerie boutique with a baseball bat in his hand in Spokane Washington

Spokane police arrested Jeremy R Lindholm 41 as he fled the 420 Lingerie boutique with a baseball bat in his hand in Spokane Washington

TWIN Peaks star Jeremy Lindholm has been arrested for attempted second degree murder.

TMZ reports that Jeremy Lindholm, 41 - who appeared as Mickey in Episode 6 with Harry Dean Stanton - was assaulting his girlfriend with a baseball bat when he was arrested in Spokane, WA.

According to court documents obtained by local news station KREM, Lindholm told police he had been arguing with his girlfriend of five years before she headed out to buy him a drink.

According to a press release from the Spokane, Washington, police department, officers responded to a call from a local Spokane business around 5:40 p.m. on Wednesday for an alleged assault.

The actor was arrested after allegedly beating a woman with a baseball bat, according to Washington Police.

The attack is being described as an "extremely violent assault". Jeremy attempted to flee the scene, bat in hand, but surrendered in an alley. Surveillance footage apparently shows him striking the woman on the head and body over a dozen times with the baseball bat. The victim said that he also said he wanted to kill her.

His girlfriend was taken to hospital but the injuries are not believed to be life threatening.

Lindholm, on the other hand, now being held at the Spokane County Jail on a $100,000 bond. We have worked with him on bookings for television, film, and commercial projects. His talent agent, Anne Lillian Mitchell of MAM Talent Agency, gave a statement to People. "Our interaction with him has always been consistently professional".

Graham said producers would monitor the trial, and if convicted, the actor would no longer work on the TV show in the future.

Twin Peaks is a drama series created by novelist and screenwriter Mark Frost and surrealist director David Lynch and first aired in 1991, and followed the murder investigation of homecoming queen Laura Palmer.

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