ANCHORAGE -

A man who allegedly struck a Bethel police officer with a baseball bat last month, in a confrontation that ended when an officer shot and wounded him, has been arrested after treatment in Anchorage.

According to an Alaska State Troopers dispatch, troopers took 31-year-old Aaron Moses into custody Wednesday afternoon on one count each of second-degree assault, third-degree assault and third-degree criminal mischief.

“A grand jury from Bethel indicted Moses of the charges on Thursday, (Aug. 28),” troopers wrote.

In a video of the Aug. 15 incident provided to KYUK by a local resident, Moses can be seen repeatedly rushing toward two officers who have their guns drawn, eventually knocking one down with the bat. After the downed officer gets back up and recovers his weapon, the officers advance on Moses and he is shot out of view of the camera.

Troopers say officers tried to subdue Moses with a Taser before the shooting. The officer beaten in the incident reportedly suffered minor injuries, while Moses was shot in the abdomen and medevaced for further care.