Schlief Taken Into Custody After SWAT Call On Old Hot Water Road

Tuesday, July 16, 2013


The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team responded to a domestic disorder at 11117 Old Hot Water Road just after midnight. 

 

After several hours of negotiations with the subject with no success, a distraction maneuver was initiated.  Alan Schleif, 51, ran out of the residence at that time and was taken into custody by waiting deputies.

 

He was charged with aggravated domestic assault stemming from an earlier incident involving his wife. 

 

He was transported to the Hamilton County Jail. 



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