On Aug. 29 the deputy was sent to a King Street address after the Sheriff’s Office received multiple reports of shots fired.
When he arrived he found a group of about six people walking away from the area. He stopped to question them.
All the people stopped except one. The deputy told him to stop, and the man replied, “I ain’t stopping unless you have a warrant,” and continued to walk away.
He was charged with obstruction without violence, a misdemeanor.
His court date is Sept. 18.