Beaver Dam Man Charged With Injuring Deputy While Resisting Arrest

(Trenton) A Beaver Dam man has been charged with injuring a deputy while resisting arrest. Brian Sadowski is facing a felony count of Resisting an Officer Causing Injury. A deputy was dispatched to a residence on Highway 33 in the Town of Trenton during the early morning hours on July 22nd. Sadowski reported that he had been locked out of the house. When the deputy arrived, they allegedly noticed that Sadowski had bloodshot eyes and that he was unsteady on his feet. The 50-year-old reportedly admitted to drinking at a bar earlier that evening. Sadowski was put through field sobriety testing and, according to the criminal complaint did not submit to a preliminary breath test. The deputy then attempted to arrest Sadowski, who allegedly resisted. A second deputy also tried to help subdue Sadowski but all three fell to the ground. A Taser was eventually used and Sadowski was arrested. During the incident, a deputy suffered a sprained finger. If convicted, Sadowski faces six years in the prison. Cash bond was set at $500 and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for August 5th.