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Underwood man arrested on multiple felony warrants, including false imprisonment

On June 29, members of the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office arrested a 36-year-old Underwood man on multiple felony and misdemeanor warrants, including false imprisonment, according to a sheriff's office news release. The investigation remains ongoing and there is no danger to the public.

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David Englin-Hill
Otter Tail County Jail
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PERHAM — An Underwood man was arrested on multiple felony and misdemeanor warrants by members of the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office on June 29.

David Englin-Hill, 36, was arrested by deputies at a residence in Underwood on felony warrants for second-degree assault and false imprisonment, and misdemeanor warrants for domestic assault and violation of a domestic abuse no-contact order, according to a sheriff's office news release.

In April, Englin-Hill was involved in a domestic incident that resulted in a short stand-off with members of the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office. During the incident, deputies shot Englin-Hill with a less-than-lethal beanbag round, and after being momentarily staggered, he attacked Otter Tail County Sheriff Barry Fitzgibbons with a sword, according to court records. Officers eventually subdued Englin-Hill with a stun gun, the complaint stated. Fitzgibbons did not appear injured after the incident.

Englin-Hill is currently being held at the Otter Tail County Detention Facility.

The investigation remains ongoing and there is no danger to the public.

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