Documents acquired by News 8 say the Carmel Police Department brought Morrison to Community Hospital Behavioral Health Pavilion on the morning of May 11. While still there on May 14, Morrison allegedly threatened to strike workers with a chair before punching one worker. Another worker used a stun gun to subdue Morrison.

He’s also wanted in Hamilton County on a felony warrant for intimidation.

According to court documents, multiple neighbors have been having issues with Morrison. Other court documents indicate police want to seize his firearms, claiming he “presents an imminent risk of personal injury to self or to another individual” and he is “subject to documented evidence that would give rise to a reasonable believe (sic) that the individual has a propensity for violent or emotionally unstable conduct.”

It sounds like Morrison needs some serious help.  Hopefully he receives that so he doesn’t end up hurting himself or anyone else.

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