Wade Ross Roark
Wade Ross Roark

A Kentucky man is being held on a $1 million bond and facing charges that include attempted murder of an Indiana State Police officer, aggravated battery and criminal recklessness in connection with an early morning standoff and active shooter call Saturday at an eastern Jefferson County home.

Wade Ross Roark, 59, of Manchester, Kentucky, fired upon and struck ISP Master Trooper Joseph Livers, a SWAT Team member from Batesville, in the legs near the end of a five-hour standoff with police at the home of his brother-in-law, Garry Arig, 8273 E. S.R. 56, Madison, and Alig’s family just east of Splinters Ridge Road near Brooksburg.

Full story can be found in Tuesday's Madison Courier on newsstands this evening, subscribing to our digital edition or by reading MadisonCourier.com tomorrow.