GREAT FALLS — Nathan David Rolfs has been charged in Great Falls after he reportedly forced his way into a home and assaulted a man.
According to court documents, the victim told police he had been sleeping on the couch when the doorbell rang. He answered the door and saw Rolfs standing naked outside his door. The victim said he did not know Rolfs.
Rolfs then forced his way inside, and the two men began scuffling; the victim said he tried to "talk Rolfs out of the house" as Rolfs repeatedly said, “Just kill me.”
The man was finally able to get Rolfs outside, but Rolfs became combative again and was able to run back inside the house and locked the door.
The resident then ran to the back of the house and was able to get back inside, where he found Rolfs using the man's phone.
Police arrived and arrested Rolfs, who according to court documents told officers that he was under the influence of "bath salts."
Rolfs was taken to Benefis Health System for a medical evaluation, and has been charged with felony burglary, misdemeanor assault, and misdemeanor indecent exposure.
According to the Montana Department of Corrections, Rolfs has felony convictions in Cascade County dating back to 2012 for criminal endangerment and burglary.
Court documents state that at the time of this arrest, Rolfs was out on bond on five felony charges.
Bail for Rolfs was set at $100,000.
According to the Montana Department of Corrections, Rolfs has three felony convictions in Cascade County dating back to 2012 for criminal endangerment (2) and burglary.