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Charges filed by the Utah Attorney General’s office against a Grand County Sheriff’s deputy are vastly different after an investigation conducted by the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.

Timothy “TJ” Brewer, 33, is now being charged with two class A misdemeanors: assault and assault against a peace officer. He was originally charged with attempted homicide, a first degree felony; as well as two third degree felonies, a class A misdemeanor, and two class C misdemeanors.

Timothy “T.J.” Brewer was arrested in Moab, then transported to the San Juan County Jail in Monticello. He was originally held with no bail for one count of attempted homicide, one count of aggravated assault, two counts of domestic violence in front a child, one count of assault on a police officer, one count of intoxication and one count of disorderly conduct.

Brewer was then released from the jail on Monday, July 15.

Brewer was on paid administrative pending the outcome of the investigation, but resigned before the investigation was completed, said Grand County Sheriff Steve White. Brewer worked as a sheriff’s deputy for 13 years and was assigned to the drug task force.

The family expressed appreciation for the concern and support shown by the Moab community.

“Please don’t jump to conclusions and please continue to be supportive to allow the family to heal,” said Doricca Brewer, an aunt of Timothy Brewer.