Charges Filed Against Marion Man’s Conduct Christmas Day

By Scott Sarvay

January 5, 2011 Updated Oct 20, 2013 at 2:01 AM EST

MARION, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Charges have been filed stemming from a police action shooting on Christmas Day.

34-year-old Zar Dontay Dyson has been charged with four felony charges of intimidation, resisting law enforcement, pointing a firearm and unlawful use of body armor.

Marion Police were called to a bar Christmas morning on a report of a fight at a bar.

Once there an officer noticed Dyson back his vehicle into another car and take off. After a short pursuit police say Dyson then pointed a gun at them causing officers to fire at him in defense, striking him several times.

It was later determined that Dyson was wearing a bullet proof vest.

He is currently at a Fort Wayne hospital recovering from his injuries.




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