Man with axe attacks deputy
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It was an unnerving start to the week for a Brunswick County deputy. Deputy Justin Stadler responded to a break-in call on Dogwood Road in Winnabow around three o’clock Monday afternoon, to find a man standing in the road holding an axe. That man was 33-year-old Anthony Hall. Hall dropped the axe when ordered to do so, but came for Deputy Stadler, who then attempted to use his taser gun. Hall knocked the taser from Stadler's hands and attacked him. Among Hall's charges are assault on a government official inflicting serious injury and two counts of felony breaking and entering. Charles Miller of the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office, said, "We were fortunate that the deputy only received minor injuries. He was treated and released from Dosher Hospital to return back to normal duty. We're glad it wasn't any worse. The situation could have escalated to be really bad Hall is being held under $50,000 bond in the Brunswick County jail.

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hay wat in the hell why is he out of jail for he needs to be in for a long long long time of wat he did lol and iam glad the cop is oky but ya my brother help that cop so he had a little help so sorry for crazy mannax he needs to be in for 20000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 years and we did not get hurt thank god lol but iam so happy no boby got hurt evev babler but any wat grow all of yall out ther....................
i think he is a awful man, im glad the officer is fine but as for the man he deserved what he got and on top of that he is in jail for more than that but oh well i hope he stays there after what he did
These animals have no respect for the law! Hey Waterford & Magnolia Greens- meet your new neighbors! They just keep on breeding.
And don't think you're the first to make it. I did something very similar years ago, and would have likely died had backup not arrived in time. But like I said, you'll never do it again. Don't EVER holster your piece until the suspect is on his face, on the ground, with arms outstretched, or kneeling down with legs crossed, hands on his head and fingers interlocked (depending upon your department's policy) and you are ready to cuff him. You can consider the suspect reasonably safe only once they're on and double locked. Until then, he's one step from killing you.