Fernandina Officer Jailed, Accused Of Firing Taser Gun On Deputy UPDATED: 3:12 pm EST December 6, 2006 YULEE, Fla. -- A Fernandina Beach police officer was arrested on Tuesday after allegedly pulling his gun and firing a Taser gun at a Nassau County detention deputy. According to the Nassau County Sheriff's Office, officer Henry Neil Lee found out his wife had invited the corrections deputy Corey Wilson to dinner at Lee's house to meet a female friend. When the female friend didn't show up, Wilson stayed and watched television with Lee and talked, which led to a consensual physical encounter. The sheriff's report says that Officer Lee became suspicious when his wife asked him to pick some items from the store before coming home, so he went to the house and saw the physical contact through the window. Nassau Sheriff Tommy Seagraves said that when Lee's wife went to the bathroom with her daughter, Lee kicked in the door and pointed his Taser gun at Wilson, swung at Wilson with his baton, then holstered the Taser gun and pulled his service revolver. When his wife entered the room, Lee reholstered the gun and pulled out his Taser gun. "Mrs. Lee tried to stop him," the report said. "Lee pulled her by the hair, then fired his Taser, striking Wilson." Lee was arrested and charged with aggravated battery, aggravated assault and domestic battery. Wilson was placed on suspension while the sheriff's office investigates the incident. ---- Tasered the wrong person should used it on the whore.