Former star of IRT: Deadliest Roads was arrested on charges of first degree kidnapping, extortion and coercion. The reality star is due in court next month in Las Vegas. The show, IRT: Deadliest Roads is a reality television show on the History Channel.
Timothy Zickuhr appeared on the second season of the Ice Road Truckers spin-off series. Zickuhr was arrested and charged with assaulting a prostitute and forcing her to jump out of his second story bedroom window. The attack that he tried to cover up occurred in December and was revealed when the police report was released this week.
Clark County District Attorney’s office spokeswoman revealed that Zickuhr is scheduled to appear in the Las Vegas Justice Court for his preliminary hearing in early May. Zickuhr posted his bond and has been out of police custody since last year.
According to the police report, Zickuhr hired prostitute Lisa Cadeau who uses the name of Snow White and allowed her to use his ATM card for her payment. The next day he accused her of stealing from him. The police report stated, “Tim began to punch her in the face with a closed fist and continuously threaten the kill her if she did not get him the money.”
Zickuhr then allegedly as per the police report tied Cadeau up using the straps from his backpack, dumped cold water on her and locked her inside a closet. Zickuhr demanded she give him a phone number to someone who could bring him the money he accused her of stealing.
The number Cadeau gave him ended up being the telephone number of a Las Vegas police officer. As quoted in the police report, Cadeau said during the phone call, “Help me he’s going to kill me.” She then began screaming and the call was disconnected.
When she began screaming Zickuhr allegedly became nervous that his neighbors heard her and forced Cadeau to jump out of the bedroom window located on the second floor of his house. Zickuhr then transported Cadeau to the Eureka Casino thinking he was going to receive the money. Instead, he was met by two police officers and was arrested.
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