Wrestler convicted in assault of Ohio officer
Ambushed while trying to awaken suspect, officer had to discharge TASER 6 times
By Mark Gokavi
Dayton Daily News
XENIA, Ohio — A former standout Greenon High School wrestler pleaded guilty to attempted felonious assault on a peace officer and was sentenced Thursday to three years in prison.
Josh Schell, 22, of Enon, was captured on film fighting a Greene County sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop Oct. 1. As part of the plea agreement in Greene County Common Pleas Court, a drunken-driving charge was dropped and a first-degree felony was dropped to second-degree.
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