More information has been released in the arrest of a man who allegedly shot a gun at a police officer. A Kentucky State Police trooper and a Knox County Sheriff’s deputy responded to an assault complaint in the Himyar community. When police arrived, they tried to talk to 47-year-old Jason Marsee of Gray. A woman peeked out of a bedroom window and then quickly closed the blinds. Officers say Marsee then fired eight rounds with a .22 caliber rifle through the side of the house, almost hitting the state trooper. Two of the rounds hit a neighbor’s home, one of which hit a room where two people were sleeping. The trooper and deputy took cover until Marsee came out of the house and threw the rifle into the yard. They then arrested him. While searching the home, the trooper found a monitor showing the cruisers in the driveway, several guns, a police scanner and marijuana. Troopers say this is a scary reality they face every day. Kentucky State Police is still investigating. Marsee was charged with attempted murder of a police officer, wanton endangerment, menacing, resisting arrest, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and possession of a radio that sends and receives police messages.