Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 10:52 am (Updated: May 15, 11:42 am)
A Hilltop resident was subdued by a taser on May 8 outside of his apartment after resisting arrest.
According to a police report from Washington County Sheriff’s Department deputy Sue Mudd, Joshua Jarmon, 32, residing at 163 Hilltop Court, resisted arrest after Mudd served a warrant for violating an emergency protective order.
“Jarmon refused to be arrested and attempted to walk away from me, stating, ‘(Expletive), I’m not going to jail,’” Mudd wrote in the incident report.
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