Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) The Twin Falls man who kept local law enforcement busy in a 24 hour standoff back in December was in court on Friday.

According to police reports, On March 17th Twin Falls Police served an arrest warrant for Randy Scott Hill at his home. Hill then allegedly threatened police, saying he would stab them if they attempted to enter his home. Law enforcement eventually made entry into the home, and in the commotion used a taser gun to subdue Mr. Hill.

He was then placed into custody and transported to the Twin Falls County Jail. On Friday, Hill was in court for his preliminary hearing. Witnesses from the incident testified as to what occurred on that date. Hill has been officially charged with two counts of Aggravated Assault on Certain Law Enforcement Personnel. Hill was bound over to District Court and a date has yet to be set for his next hearing.