WATERLOO – A Waterloo man who was shot twice and stabbed after allegedly attacking family members with a board on Thanksgiving has been arrested.

Waterloo police arrested 58-year-old Darrell Anthony Reasby, of 1910 Plain View St., on Sunday after he was released from the hospital. He was arrested for domestic assault with intent to inflict injury and domestic assault with a weapon. His bond was set at $5,000.

Witnesses told police that Reasby attacked his sister, Marina Caradine, and niece, Jaleesa Caradine, with a piece of lumber that had screws jutting out from the wood, records state. Reasby’s sister shot him in self defense, a struggle ensued where he attempted to disarm her, and the niece stabbed him in the back while he was fighting with the sister, according to court records.

Police and medics were called to the home at about 10:50 p.m., and Reasby, who had two gunshot wounds to a leg and a stab wound, was taken to a hospital for treatment.

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Police and Courts Reporter

Cops and courts reporter for the Courier

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