A Coloma man has been charged in Adams County with multiple counts of domestic abuse.  According to the criminal complaint, in September 2012 deputies responded to a residence on Highway 13 in the Town of Adams.  The deputy drew his service weapon from his holster and approached the front door that was being held open by the victim who was holding a baby.  As the deputies entered the living room, 21-year old Daniel Hall was holding a knife to his neck.  He was ordered to drop the knife several times, but yelled at the deputies to shoot him.  As one of the deputies was going to use a stun gun, Hall threw the knife onto the floor.  He was ordered to lie on the ground, which he did.  Hall was then handcuffed and taken into protective custody.  Investigation revealed Hall allegedly attempted to strangle his girlfriend’s stepfather as he attempted to take a rifle away from Hall before he got the knife.  Hall has also been charged with misdemeanor battery, two counts of disorderly conduct using a weapon, and resisting an officer.  Hall’s initial court appearance is scheduled for February 6th, 2013.