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Redmond man, 77, jailed on attempted murder, other charges in dispute that injured woman

Marshall Angel
Deschutes County Sheriff's Office
Marshall Angel

REDMOND, Ore. (KTVZ) – A 77-year-old Redmond man was arrested Saturday on attempted murder, assault, menacing and other charges in an alleged domestic dispute that sent a woman to the hospital, authorities said.

Deschutes County sheriff’s deputies responded around 9:40 a.m. Saturday to a reported dispute in the 900 block of Northeast King Way, Sergeant Jayson Janes said.

An investigation determined that Marshall Glenn Angel had been involved in a dispute with a 76-year-old woman.

Janes said deputies gathered statements from the people involved and collected evidence. Based on those statements and evidence, Angel was arrested on charges of second-degree attempted murder, second-degree assault, coercion, menacing and unlawful use of a weapon.

Marshall was held in the county jail on $325,000 bail pending his initial court appearance Monday afternoon, where his bail was set at $500,000 and his arraignment on an expected formal indictment was set for next Monday.

The six initial charges filed Monday by the district attorney’s office, pending grand jury review, defined one charge as “menacing constituting domestic violence” and added a charge of unlawful use of a firearm. It’s alleged Angel also used a rock to try to harm the woman.

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    1. Speaking in general, it can depend on the specifics known by police at the time of arrest, and the bail assigned to each level of charges. Charges can be increased or reduced by the DA, before or during the grand jury process.

  1. Considering you took down the article about the shooting downtown you must agreed with me that Hummel’s comments would taint a future jury pool and we’re inappropriate

    1. Nope, we don’t ‘take down’ stories, except in VERY rare occasions. All major media outlets reported pretty much the same remarks from the DA. Our story is still on the home page. New news moves older news down page but stays in the archives as well.

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