Save for a scuffle his freshman year of high school, Robert Rappleye said he had never had an angry person in his face threatening to hurt him.
But the Galt High School assistant principal said that’s what happened last July when he was approached by the husband of one woman in a group behind Rappleye and his golfing partner who claimed Rappleye jumped ahead of them in play at an Angels Camp golf course. In what he now says was self-defense, Rappleye struck the man twice — once in the arm and once on the back — and was arrested on two charges of assault with a deadly weapon.
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