(03/07/2019)
Following a two day jury trial before the Honorable Anita Harold Ashley, Joshua Settle, 20, was convicted of Attempting to Disarm a Law Enforcement Officer, a felony; Obstructing an Officer, a misdemeanor; Fleeing from an Officer, a misdemeanor; Battery on an Officer, a misdemeanor; Defective Equipment, a misdemeanor; Third offense driving while license suspended, a misdemeanor; Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor; and Destruction of property, a misdemeanor.

Prosecutor Shannon Johnson will hold a hearing for post-trial motions on April 3.

Settle filed an civil case on abuse charges in 2018 against Trooper Nathan Stepp during an arrest on Daniels Run, Calhoun County.

CALHOUN MAN SUES STATE POLICE TROOPER FOR EXCESSIVE FORCE - Incident Recorded On Dash Cam


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