Local Man Released on $75,000 Bond after Assualting Wife, Then DeputyMarch 13th, 2013 by Joe Burgess
Around midnight on March 5, a Drew County man was arrested by Drew County Sheriff’s deputies, following an alleged domestic disturbance. He reportedly assaulted his wife and was waving a handgun in front of witnesses.
Russell Ward Case, of the 7 Devils area, then physically assaulted the responding deputy. when he arrived at the residence. When the second deputy arrived Case was arrested, after being threatened with a taser if he continued to resist.
When He was arrested, he had a fully loaded 9 mm handgun, with three clips.
Case was charged with second-degree domestic battery, resisting arrest, first degree terroristic threatening, and second-degree battery (causing injury to an officer).
Bond was set at $75,000, and he bonded out of jail later that day.
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