Several charges against Rose Creek man dismissed

Published 10:49am Tuesday, September 17, 2013

A Rose Creek man arrested for allegedly fighting with deputies had several charges dismissed Monday in Mower County Court.

Josh Kuhlmann, 37, was sentenced to one year of unsupervised probation and fined $100 for reportedly fighting with officers and resisting arrest. However, two felony charges and two gross misdemeanor charges of fourth-degree assault of a peace officer, were dismissed. Kuhlmann pleaded guilty to gross misdemeanor obstruction of legal process on Monday but received a stay of adjudication on that charge.

According to deputies, Kuhlmann was reportedly drinking and “going crazy” on Sept. 14, 2012, when they responded to the report. It took three deputies to detain Kuhlmann, and they had to use mace and a taser several times, the report added.

Kuhlmann was taken to detox then placed in the Mower County jail.


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