Dell Schanze's Lawyers file 'Motion to Quash'

Dell Schanze's Lawyers file 'Motion to Quash'

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(KSL News) -- Totally Awesome Computers owner Dell Schanze was in court today. He faces charges of reckless driving and threatening with a dangerous weapon in a fight. His pretrial hearing was cancelled when Schanze's attorney requested a motion to quash. A judge rescheduled the hearing for later this month.

Dell Schanze's Lawyers file 'Motion to Quash'

In court today, Schanze was calmer and more subdued than he usually appears. He still says he is innocent.

Dell Schanze, Defendant: "It ended very peacefully. I'm very happy that no one got hurt and basically no crime was committed. It's really sad that they would charge the victim with a crime instead of the three assailants wielding weapons, but you know, we'll go through it and peace be with all."

Police say Schanze pulled a gun on a group of neighbors when they confronted him for speeding down their street earlier this year. Witnesses say he was going at least 50 miles an hour in a residential neighborhood. Schanze says he was concerned for his safety, so he drew the 10 millimeter handgun.

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