Nathaniel Abraham is facing felony charges after allegedly assaulting a deputy while being arrested for indecent exposure. Abraham was convicted in a murder case at 11 years old in 1997.
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On Tuesday, deputies went to pick up Abraham, now 32, to take him to court after he failed to turn himself in.
According to deputies, they saw him walking on Baldwin Rd. and approached him to take him into custody before he fled.
Deputies eventually caught up to him and attempted to arrest him, but he punched three deputies. They tased Abraham and were able to get him into custody.
Abraham has been charged with one count of Felony Assault/Resisting/Obstructing a Police Officer Causing Injury and two counts of Felony Assault/Resisting/Obstructing a Police Officer.
Abraham was given a $25,000 bond, according to court officials.
Abraham will be arraigned on recent charges in Pontiac Friday morning.
Abraham, 32, was convicted of murder when he was 11 years old for using a stolen rifle to kill 18-year-old Ronnie Greene in Pontiac.
He was released from prison after eight years on his 21st birthday but was sent back a short time later for selling drugs. He was released on parole last summer and completed his parole just last week.