BROOKVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) – Charges have been approved against Conrad Emmett Davis, the man accused of starting a shootout with police.
The judge set the bond for $1 million cash surety, meaning it would have to paid in full for him to bond out of jail. According to the judge, Davis was not cooperative with pre-trial services.
He faces two counts of assault on a peace officer — each count carries three to 11 years in prison. He also faces one count of improper use handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle. That could carry six to 18-months in prison.
He does not face murder-related charges, something he was initially booked for.