UPDATE 11/8/2019 - Brian Lee Husk, 28, of Meadow Run, is in Central Regional Jail, charged with child abuse resulting in serious bodily harm, arrested by Deputy W. T. Raines, PRO officer for Calhoun Schools.

A criminal complaint says that Husk physically struck his 9-year-old son in the face multiple times and threw a soda bottle, striking him in the face.

According to the complaint, the incident started when Husk was asking his son about his math, and the youth not knowing the answers.

Officers indicated that Husk admitted to the incident, saying that "sometimes he is too harsh for punishment with his kids," also stating when he is aggravated he "blacks out" and does not remember what's happening.

UPDATE 11/7/2019 - A Daniels Run man, Brian Lee Husk, 28, was arrested by Calhoun authorities Thursday evening on additional charges of child abuse resulting in serious bodily harm.

He is in Central Regional Jail.

Husk had been released on bond after he was earlier charged with obstructing an officer, disruption of government process, and assault on a government representative.

UPDATE 11/7/2019 - Arnoldsburg Elementary School was placed on "lockdown" Thursday related to threats made Wednesday by a Meadow Run, Calhoun man, yesterday, in the presence of law enforcement.

The added security was called after Brian Lee Husk, 28, bonded out of Central Regional Jail.

Superintendent Kelli Whytsell said all schools were on a precautionary safety alert.

"We did not have any threat, just as a precaution. We take the safety of our students and staff as our highest priority and wanted to everyone to be on alert," said Whytsell.

Husk, according to a criminal complaint, made threats to a number of officials after Children and Protective Services took custody of his children Wednesday.

Husk was arrested on additional charges Thursday evening and has been incarcerated in Central Regional Jail.

11/6/2019 - The Calhoun Sheriffs Department arrested Brian Lee Husk, 28, of Meadow Run, after Child Protective Services reportedly removed children from the household Wednesday, after which he created problems at the Calhoun Courthouse.

Those children, reportedly students at Arnoldsburg Elementary School, were placed in custodial care following a review of their status.

A criminal complaint says Husk "stormed into the courthouse, yelling and disrupting services," with Calhoun Circuit Court in session.

Husk was seeking the location of CPS workers and officers that took custody of the children when he entered the courthouse.

The complaint says Husk's spouse sought the assistance of officers, saying he was "out of control."

After numerous attempts, according to the complaint, Husk was taken into custody by officers and charges were filed related to obstructing an officer, disruption of government process and assault on a government representative. He was taken to Central Regional Jail.

A CPS worker told officers that she had been threatened by Husk earlier in day, after he told her "He was on his is way to school (Arnoldsburg) to take care of the problem."

Central Regional Jail indicates Husk posted a $5,000 bond.

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