The City of Oakwood's former police chief has been indicted by a Leon County Grand Jury.
Thursday, 30-year-old, Oly Ivy was indicted for aggravated assault and family violence, a second degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
Ivy's accused of using a taser to shock his live-in girlfriend back in April.
Currently, Ivy's out of jail on a $20,000 conditional bond that among other stipulations prohibits him from coming in contact with the victim and carrying any type of weapon.
Oly's arrest came just two months, after he was sworn in as Oakwood's first police chief.
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