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Stanley Trial to Begin Monday

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A Black Eagle man's trial date has been set in his case involving an alleged altercation with police that involved an extreme weapon back in November.

The trial for Curtis Wayne Stanley Jr. will begin this coming Monday.  He faces two felony assault with a weapon charges and two assault on peace officer charges.

According to court documents, on November 15th Cascade County Deputies were sent to perform a court ordered eviction.  After several attempts to unlock the door they were finally able to enter and were met by Stanley allegedly holding a metal baseball bat with spikes attached to the end.  Stanley was approximately five feet away from the deputies when they reportedly pointed their handguns at him and ordered him to drop the bat.  Stanley finally did after several minutes and was taken into custody.

The deputies were in fear of serious injuries according to charging documents.  Stanley was on probation for burglary and could face up to sixty years in prison if convicted on all charges.

 

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