A Daviess County man was arrested Saturday after police say he fired a gun and then resisted arrest. According to the Sheriff’s Department, a caller advised deputies that shots had been heard coming from a residence at 3453 Old Mill Lane. Upon arriving, deputies determined 49-year-old Brett Oost was inside, but refused to comply with verbal commands. After about a 30 minute stand-off, Oost came to the back door, saw the officers, and attempted to retreat back into the house. Oost was ordered by deputies to stop, and his actions caused officers to tase him. It was found the Oost had fired five shots into his ceiling, which exited the roof. Oost was taken to Owensboro Health Regional Hospital for treatment, but deputies say when they left the hospital, Oost began fighting with the officer on the scene as well as hospital staff. After allegedly assaulting the deputy, Oost was again tased. After another evaluation by hospital staff, Oost was released to the Daviess County Detention Center. He is charged with five counts of first degree wanton endangerment, 3rd degree assault (on an officer), resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and criminal mischief.