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James Michael Brown, 35, was charged Sunday with two felony counts of assault on a public servant, as well as misdemeanor counts of assault family violence, possession of marijuana and public intoxication.

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James Michael Brown, 35, was charged Sunday with two felony counts of assault on a public servant, as well as misdemeanor counts of assault family violence, possession of marijuana and public intoxication.

James Michael Brown, 35, was charged Sunday with two felony counts of assault on a public servant, as well as misdemeanor counts of assault family violence, possession of marijuana and public intoxication.

Texas man who allegedly attacked officers had loaded shotgun ready to fire inside home, police say

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A Round Rock man told police he would have shot them with his loaded shotgun had it not been his mother, who advised him not do it, according to court documents.

James Michael Brown, 35, was charged Sunday with two felony counts of assault on a public servant, as well as misdemeanor counts of assault family violence, possession of marijuana and public intoxication, according to online jail records. He posted his $25,250 bond.

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The incident occurred shortly after 6 p.m. Sunday in the 600 block of Sweetgum Lane in Round Rock, where police responded to a disturbance.

Brown’s father, who called police, said he believed the suspect was going to kill him. Brown had a shotgun, but it was unknown at that time if he was armed, according to the arrest affidavit.

When a sergeant arrived at the scene, the suspect was verbally defiant and continuously put up an aggressive stance, closing distance on the sergeant and demanding to be shot with a stun gun.

He also told police he had been armed with a shotgun with at least 55 rounds and intended on shooting responding officers. He only put down the gun at the “urging of his mother,” the affidavit said.

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Brown eventually took off both of his slippers and took an aggressive stance near the side of the home, according to the affidavit. He charged at an officer, who had to subdue him. The officer involved in the scuffle suffered a minor laceration to his right hand and pain to his right elbow.

Officers at the scene later found a loaded 12-gauge shotgun and bandoleer with 55 rounds inside the home. The weapon had ammo inside and the safety was not on, the affidavit said.

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The assault charges, third-degree felonies, pose a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

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