ST. ROBERT, Mo. - Pulaski County authorities have charged a man after a Monday attack on his relatives and deputies.
Joshua Julius, 28, is charged with domestic assault, burglary, assault on a law enforcement officer, assault on a police animal and resisting arrest. His bond was set this weekend at $250,000.
Julius is accused of fleeing the scene of a domestic assault on a relative on Haskell Drive outside St. Robert.
Deputies said Julius went to a neighbor's house and tried to break in before running into the woods.
During his arrest, he is accused of lashing out at a deputy and K9 Anna. Neither had substantial injuries, according to a news release.
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