Moberly Man Pleads Guilty in Shooting of Randolph County Deputy

A Moberly man pleaded guilty to shooting a deputy in the leg when deputies and Moberly Police responded to a report of domestic assault in March. 42-year-old Jason Garner was already sentenced to ten years in prison in August for domestic assault. A probable cause statement from the State Highway Patrol says Garner shot a Randolph County deputy who responded to his home in the 600 block of Adams. Garner reportedly struggled with four officers as they tried to arrest him, and shot one deputy in the right leg as another was preparing to use a Taser on him.