Twin Peaks actor arrested for attempted murder

Twin Peaks actor arrested for attempted murder

Law enforcement sources tell us. cops in Spokane, WA responded to a call from a local business about a man assaulting a woman with a bat, and when officers arrived. we're told Lindholm was trying to flee with the bat still in his hand.

Jeremy allegedly became angry about how long she was taking and went to find her while armed with a baseball bat. Lindholm was then booked on second degree attempted murder and second degree assault, among other charges. Surveillance footage apparently shows him striking the woman on the head and body over a dozen times with the baseball bat.

Viewing the surveillance footage led officers to believe that the victim of the assault was in danger and that Lindholm meant to kill his girlfriend.

Linholm told police he and his girlfriend were fighting all day. The unnamed victim reportedly suffered serious injuries that were not believed to be life-threatening and was taken by ambulance to a local hospital. Police have called it an "extremely violent assault", noting that he also allegedly said that he wanted to murder the woman.

People magazine said Lindholm's single appearance on "Twin Peaks: The Return" limited series Part 6 episode was his first on the popular series. He is being held in the Spokane County Jail on $100,000 bond. He said he was "shocked" to hear the news that Lindholm was a suspect in the case. "We really only know him by his work and he's done good work for us". "Our interaction with him has always been consistently professional".

Twin Peaks airs Sundays on Showtime.

He marked the occasion on Twitter, with a photo of himself posing in front of his television with his scene on in the background.

The world of Twin Peaks is a twisted one, with its idyllic surroundings routinely punctured by acts of shocking violence. "Don't forget it begins airing at 8pm this Sunday".