Video: Wrestler Gets 3 Years for Assaulting Deputy
May 25, 2012
VIDEO: Wrestler Takes Down Ohio Deputy
A former standout wrestler who attacked a Greene County (Ohio) Sheriff's deputy pleaded guilty to attempted felonious assault and was sentenced to three years, reports WHIO.
Greene County (Ohio) Sheriff's deputy Josh Barrett encountered Josh Schell, 22, shortly after midnight on Oct. 1. Deputy Barrett deployed his TASER six times to subdue a former standout wrestler, whom he found unresponsive in his vehicle. Schell began fighting with the deputy, throwing punches and wrestling him to the ground.
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Wrestler Takes Down Ohio Deputy (video)
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