A Calhoun Grand Jury has indicted Brian Lee Husk, 28, a Daniel's Run, Calhoun man, in a case presented by Prosecutor Shannon Johnson

Husk was indicted on one count of child abuse resulting in injury, a felony; one count of obstructing an officer, a misdemeanor; one count of wilful disruption of governmental processes, a misdemeanor; and one count of assault on a governmental representative, a misdemeanor, a case investigated by Deputy Wiley Raines of the Calhoun Sheriff's Office, the school's PRO officer.

The arrest was made in November, 2019, a criminal complaint saying that Husk physically struck his 9-year-old son in the face multiple times and threw a soda bottle, striking him in the face.

According to the complaint, the incident started when Husk was asking his son about his math, and the youth not knowing the answers.

Officers indicated that Husk admitted to the incident, saying that "sometimes he is too harsh for punishment with his kids," also stating when he is aggravated he "blacks out" and does not remember what's happening.

Arnoldsburg Elementary School was placed on "lockdown" related to threats made by Husk after he bonded out of Central Regional Jail.

Husk, according to a criminal complaint, made threats to a number of officials after Children and Protective Services took custody of his children.

A criminal complaint said Husk "stormed into the courthouse, yelling and disrupting services," with Calhoun Circuit Court in session.

The complaint said Husk's spouse sought the assistance of officers, saying he was "out of control."

Husk was then arrested on additional charges and was re-incarcerated in Central Regional Jail.

Indictments returned against individuals are merely charges at this time and are not indications of guilt. All the above defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.