Deputy Duley noted that he saw Foster drinking from a 12 ounce Miller Lite bottle as officers approached the vehicle and began giving Foster commands, which he refused to comply with.
A second affidavit states Foster kept reaching down around the driver floorboard while still refusing commands. A taser was deployed on Foster for five seconds. Foster continued to refuse and received another three second deployment of the taser.
The affidavit states that Foster then began to exit the vehicle when he became combative. The affidavit says that Foster was taken to the ground where he kicked Deputy Duley in the leg and kicked Centerville Police Officer Jeremy Cole in the knee, causing an abrasion. Sheriff Anderson's right hand was also injured while taking Foster into custody.
Foster was secured with handcuffs and leg restraints and transported to the Appanoose County Jail. After refusing to take a field sobriety test or a preliminary breath test, Foster also refused to take a breath test at the center and signed an implied consent form.
Foster is charged with one count of eluding, a class D felony. He has two charges of assault against a peace officer, one charge is an aggravated misdemeanor and the other is a serious misdemeanor. He also is charged with interference with official acts and OWI first offense.
Foster also faces over $1,980 in traffic citations. He received citations for reckless driving, unsafe passing, speeding (88 mph in a 25 mph zone), speeding (88 mph in a 45 mph zone), open container, failure to obey a stop sign, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle and driving on the wrong side of a two-way highway.
Foster is currently being held in the Appanoose County Jail.