It was in the news 3 days ago that Buffalo Police Officer Antonio Roman's bail was doubled after the prosecutor and judge agreed that he was a serious risk to public safety - with the prosecutor bringing up "PAST INSTANCES" of problems. He pled not guilty to 2nd degree menacing and unlawful imprisonment - both from the accusations that he was holding a gun to his girlfriend's head.
When he was arrested for beating his wife the charge was dropped.
When he pulled a shotgun on another officer (male? female?) he was cleared.
Another time he barricaded himself in a house with a girlfriend and no telling what happened to that case - but I can say
(Roman's Erie County Sheriff's Deputy brother killed his own estranged wife Norma in 1998.)