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Threats to officers earns assault charge

A man who threatened officers after he was taken to the emergency room has been charged with felony assault.

The man, Michael Joseph Lee, 27, is charged with aggravated assault, assault, disorderly conduct and possession of drug paraphernalia. The top charge of aggravated assault carries three to six years in prison.

His charges come after police responded to a residence to investigate a domestic incident. They found a female with evidence that she had been choked and that Lee was the primary aggressor. In the state of Tennessee, it is considered a felony to choke someone. Police also found a ...

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