Jail inmate allegedly battered, disarmed officers twice




  • In US
  • 2022-09-14 23:05:00Z
  • By The Elkhart Truth, Ind.

Sep. 14-GOSHEN - A man who allegedly put a police dog in a headlock is now charged with battering corrections officers multiple times.

Douglas Orrick, 38, faces charges including two counts of disarming a law enforcement officer and two counts of battery on an officer causing injury. In addition to the Level 5 felonies, he is charged with two counts of strangulation and one count of intimidation, all Level 6 felonies.

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