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Ole Miss student who head-butted police officer bonds out of jail

Source: WTVA Source: WTVA
NEW ALBANY, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

An Ole Miss student from Brandon, who is accused of robbing a North Mississippi store then assaulting an officer has bonded out of jail.

According to WTVA in Tupelo, Daniel Stewart Berry was heading to court Thursday morning when he shouted and headbutted a nearby deputy. He was quickly detained.

WTVA says that Berry was belligerent, combative, and likely under the influence. It is unknown exactly what substance Berry had taken.

Sheriff Jimmy Edwards said it was almost impossible to communicate with him to get this information. Berry's family lives in Tupelo and he is currently enrolled at Ole Miss as a business major.

WTVA reports that at around 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Berry entered the West Union Quick Stop on Highway 30 and robbed the clerk. However, nearby customers managed to detain Berry until officers arrived on the scene. 

Berry's bond was set today at $200,000.

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