A Lyndon Station man drove away after deputies drew their weapons and ordered him to stop.  According to the criminal complaint, on December 6th, 2012 two Juneau County deputies responded to a residence on Limits Road in the Town of Kildare for an unwanted person complaint.  by the time law enforcement arrived, 38-year old Jason Lucht, Senior had already left.  After speaking with the woman about the incident and while deputies were walking back to heir squad cars, Lucht drove into the sand driveway t a high rate of speed causing the truck to turn sideways.  Both deputies drew their duty issued pistols, ordered Lucht to stop and put his hands up.  Instead he put his truck into reverse and sped out of the driveway back onto Limits Road.  The deputies went in different directions in an attempt to locate Lucht.  His vehicle was located at a residence in the Village of Lyndon Station.  No one came to the door when the deputy knocked.  The woman was asked several times to complete a written statement, but she wouldn’t for fear of retaliation from the defendant.  Lucht has been charged with criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct.  He has been summoned to appear in court on January 23rd, 2013.