Keith Forrest Bosley

Keith Forrest Bosley

A Lafayette man was arrested last Thursday after he allegedly threatened his wife with a golf club and then resisted arrested.

Keith Forrest Bosley, 52, faces multiple charges following the incident.

According to the arrest report, Macon County Sheriff's Department officers Hunter Sullivan, Aaron Shipley and Dylan Gann responded to a call that consisted of a possible domestic assault in progress.

When the officers arrived, they made contact with Keith Bosley and two of his family members.

When the family members were asked what was going on, nobody seemed to know anything.

However, after speaking with one of the family members alone, it was discovered that Bosley's wife was heard yelling for help, and when the family member looked into the situation, Bosley was standing over his wife with a golf club.

So, the family member called 911 due to fear of the safety of Bosley's wife.

After hearing that, the officers attempted to bring Bosley out of a doorway, but he pulled away from the officers and grabbed his wife as he was cussing and yelling at her.

The officers used force to remove him from the doorway and moved him on to the porch, where he attempted to fight the officers.

A taser was then used to stun Bosley in the back of the leg.

He was then placed into custody and taken to the Macon County Jail.

Bosley is charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest.

His bond was set at $3,000, and his court date is slated for Jan. 15.