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Hazel Green man charged with assault, burglary and making a terrorist threat

HAZEL GREEN – The Madison County Sheriff’s Office said Saturday they arrested a man for burglary, assault and making a terrorist threat.

According to the MCSO, deputies arrested Michael Ray Hillis, 41, after responding to a call about an assault at 1250 Scott Road in Hazel Green. Upon arrival deputies located a victim who had been stabbed.

Authorities said the deputies rendered first aid and the victim was transported to Huntsville Hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries.

The suspect, Hillis, was located at the residence. While being detained, the MCSO says he assaulted two deputies and made verbal threats against another. The two deputies were treated by HEMSI personnel for their injuries while at the residence and released.

Hillis was arrested and charged with Burglary 1st degree and given a $60,000 bond, Assault 2nd on Law Enforcement Office x 2 with a $30,000 bond, Assault 2nd with a $15,000 bond, and Making a Terrorist Threat with a $15,000 bond. His combined bonds total $120,000.

Deputies later determined that the Hillis had ingested an unknown narcotic and was transported to Huntsville Hospital. He was treated for a possible overdose and being under the influence of alcohol.

He was cleared by medical personnel at Huntsville Hospital and released to the Madison County Jail Facility.

 

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