Raybon Dwight Dickens

Raybon Dwight Dickens

A Lafayette man faces multiple charges after allegedly displaying a knife at two women.

Raybon Dwight Dickens, 30, was charged with aggravated assault, vandalism and a violation of probation following the incident, which took place on Aug. 31.

According to the arrest report, Dickens entered into a Galen Road residence in Lafayette through a window and allegedly waved a knife toward the two women.

A hat that matched the description of one that Dickens was wearing was found outside the residence.

Macon County Sheriff's Department deputy Josh Meador also saw that the ignition switch to a four-wheeler had been damaged. The four-wheeler was located a short distance from where the hat was discovered.

Dickens' bond was set at $10,000, and his court date is slated for Sept. 26.