Bremen man arrested on multiple charges including strangulation and pointing a firearm

A Bremen man is in the Marshall County Jail on preliminary charges of intimidation, strangulation, domestic battery and pointing a firearm.

On Saturday, June 8, at approximately 7:30 p.m., Marshall County Central Dispatch received a call of an intoxicated man threatening his wife with a gun.

Bremen police officers were the first to arrive on the scene and were able to defuse the situation. During the investigation of the incident, it was determined that the man, Chad Barnaby, 52, of Juniper Road in Bremen, had pointed a firearm at a family member. Officers were informed that he put his hands around the neck of one of the individuals.

Chad Barnaby was transported to Plymouth Hospital by Marshall County Police. He received a jail clearance and was later transported to the Marshall County Jail. Barnaby is being held on $1,500 cash bail.

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