Teen who was arrested for attempted murder last year, arrested again

<p>A Greenwood teen who is out of jail on bond after he was arrested last year on an attempted murder charge was arrested again Tuesday on several unrelated charges.</p><p>Jonah Samuel Henderson, 18, faces additional charges of unlawful carrying of a handgun, possession of methamphetamine, battery against a public safety official, theft and resisting law enforcement.</p><p>In October, Henderson was charged with attempted murder, a Level 1 felony, and criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon, a Level 5 felony.</p><p>A man told police he had been shot at by Henderson following an incident at a gas station earlier that morning when the man and Henderson exchanged dirty looks. The man told police Henderson and a juvenile then followed him to a house on Old Smith Valley Road, court documents said.</p><p>Henderson got out of a car and pointed &quot;something&quot; at the man. The man heard multiple gunshots. One of the bullets broke glass on the porch and a second hit a wall above his head, according to court documents. Officers at the scene found several bullet holes near the home, including one at head height near the door where the man and a woman were standing, on a cardboard box on the deck near the front door and in a garbage can outside the home, court documents said.</p><p>Following Henderson’s arrest, he told police he saw the man and got angry because he sold him fake marijuana years earlier and he was trying to gain street credibility.</p><p>Henderson was originally held without bond, but his bond was later modified and he was released from jail Dec. 6, 2019 on $43,200 bond, according to online court documents.</p><p>On Tuesday, he was arrested again.</p><p>New Whiteland Police were dispatched at 6:19 p.m. to the Dollar General at 235 N. U.S. 31 on a report that a man had stolen a cell phone charging cable.</p><p>The officer checked a nearby fast-food restaurant to see if he could find the suspect, according to a report from the New Whiteland Police Department.</p><p>He found Henderson at the restaurant charging his phone. When he saw the officer, he said, &quot;I’ll take it back,&quot; according to the report.</p><p>Henderson and the officer left the restaurant and the officer began to pat down Henderson to prepare him for arrest. Henderson began to pull away, and another officer noticed a gun tucked into Henderson’s pants, the report said.</p><p>Henderson resisted officers, who got him into handcuffs, according to the report.</p><p>Police also found a plastic bag filled with methamphetamine. Henderson then spit on the officer, the report said.</p><p>Henderson was taken to the Johnson County jail, where he was held without bond.</p>