JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (AP) — The southern Indiana man charged with wounding a sheriff's deputy and killing a police dog during a standoff told a judge that he didn't remember what happened.
A Clark County judge set a $500,000 cash bond for 31-year-old Joshua Priddy during an initial hearing Wednesday on numerous charges, including seven counts of attempted murder.
WHAS-TV and WLKY-TV report Priddy seemed confused during the hearing and said he didn't remember the 10-hour-long standoff with police Monday in a Sellersburg neighborhood. Police say the confrontation started after Priddy's wife called, saying she needed help getting her husband to mental health treatment.
Deputy Prosecutor Bill Grimes says he can't address Priddy's stability but maintains he is a danger to the community.
Sheriff's Detective Chris Proctor is recovering from a leg wound.
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