UPDATE: Facts few about Jamaica man Tasered in Granger assault

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Danny Wayne Fees, 24, of Jamaica was booked into the Dallas County Jail about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday on a charge of interference with official acts, according to jail records.

Danny Wayne Fees
Danny Wayne Fees

A Jamaica man fell down a flight of stairs after he was Tasered by a Dallas County Deputy Sheriff early Wednesday in the course of a domestic assault investigation in Granger.

Danny Wayne Fees, 24, of Jamaica was arrested at the scene about 1:30 a.m. by Dallas County Deputy Sheriff Joey Marchant.

Dallas County EMS was dispatched to the scene of the incident because both the victim of the alleged assault and the alleged assailant sustained minor injuries. Both men refused medical treatment.

“The victim refused three times to press charges,” according to a statement made by Deputy Sheriff Marchant at the scene.

Fees faces charges of interference with official acts, according to records of the Dallas County Jail, where he was booked and reportedly later bailed out.

The Dallas County Sheriff’s office has not released any official information about the arrest.

Marchant’s report of the incident has yet to be reviewed and approved by a supervisor, according to a spokesperson from the Dallas County Sheriff’s office. The spokesperson said the usual day-shift supervisors are attending an out-of-town conference, and the night-shift supervisor is not yet on duty.

ThePerryNews.com will update this story as information becomes available.

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Dallas County Deputy Sheriff Joey Marchant, front row left, arrested the alleged assailant early Wednesday morning. Other members of the 2009 Dallas County Sheriff's Reserve Patrol, including administration, were, front row from left, Chaplain Terry McClannahan, Wade Book, Jason Clausen, Nick Weiland and Matt Ireland; second row from left, Sheriff Chad Leonard, Owen Stump, Justin Frederick, Todd Hall, 1st Chief Deputy Doug Lande and 1st Chief Deputy David Herrick (retired); third row from left, Jon West, Megan Hill and Sgt. Ryan Bowers.
Dallas County Deputy Sheriff Joey Marchant, front row left, arrested the alleged assailant early Wednesday morning. Other members of the 2009 Dallas County Sheriff’s Reserve Patrol, including administration, were, front row from left, Chaplain Terry McClannahan, Wade Book, Jason Clausen, Nick Weiland and Matt Ireland; second row from left, Sheriff Chad Leonard, Owen Stump, Justin Frederick, Todd Hall, 1st Chief Deputy Doug Lande and 1st Chief Deputy David Herrick (retired); third row from left, Jon West, Megan Hill and Sgt. Ryan Bowers. Photo courtesy Dallas County Sheriff’s office

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