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Man arrested in assault of local citizen, Deputy and K-9
« on: October 06, 2013, 06:27:28 PM »


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Man arrested in assault of local citizen, Deputy and K-9;
Bomb Threat suspect sentenced to prison
Four felony charges, along with one misdemeanor, have been filed against a Pulaski County resident for a continued criminal episode that occurred last Monday evening. At approximately 7:30 PM on Monday evening, October 01, Pulaski County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to a residence on Haskell Drive, just outside of the St. Robert city limits, regarding a domestic assault. Upon arrival, deputies were contacted by an individual who had injuries to his face, and alleged that a relative had just assaulted him. The suspect, Joshua Julius, 28, had left the scene on foot prior to deputies arriving.
A short time later, the Sheriff’s Department was notified by a neighbor to the above incident that someone matching the suspect’s description had just attempted to unlawfully enter their home. A search of the area by Deputy David Jones and his K-9 law enforcement dog, Anna, revealed Joshua Julius hiding in the woods in an effort to elude them. When Deputy Jones attempted to apprehend Julius, the suspect resisted arrest and assaulted Deputy Jones and K-9 Anna numerous times in his repeated effort to escape. Suspect Julius was soon apprehended in a joint endeavor by Deputy Jones and K-9 Anna. Julius was then incarcerated in the Pulaski County Jail after being treated at a local hospital and released, due to injuries received while resisting arrest and assaulting the deputies. Neither Deputy Jones nor Anna received substantial injuries during the incident.
Joshua Julius has been official charged by the Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for the offenses of Domestic Assault (2nd Degree), Burglary (1st Degree), Assaulting a Law Enforcement Official, Resisting Arrest for a Felony Offense and Assault on a Police Animal. Julius’ Bond was set at $250,000 by Judge Rhonda Cortesini.
In a separate incident that occurred on August 13, 2013, where an individual called in a Bomb Threat regarding the Pulaski County Courthouse, suspect Joshua Lachowicz has pled guilty to the offenses of Making a Terroristic Threat and Tampering with a Judicial Proceeding, and was transferred to the Missouri Department of Corrections last week to begin serving his sentence. Lachowicz received a four-year sentence for the above two offenses, along with two-eight month sentences for separate probation violations.
Sheriff Ronald Long