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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

[MD] Officer Vallejo was trying to have a personal argument with "a woman"

...According to court records, Vallejo was arguing with a woman about 2:30 a.m. Sept. 14 at Cross and West streets in Federal Hill when Debora Kim Akins walked by and asked the woman if she was OK. Akins reported that the officer grabbed her and pushed her against a car...


Officer gets probation for assaulting woman
Baltimore Sun
February 12, 2008
A Baltimore police officer was sentenced to probation yesterday after being convicted of assaulting a woman during an altercation in Federal Hill last September, according to the city state's attorney's office. The officer, who remains suspended, was off duty at the time. Judge Roger Brown found Officer Christopher Vallejo guilty of second-degree assault and then entered probation before judgment, according to police and prosecutors. His unsupervised probation will last one year, officials said. Baltimore police spokesman Sterling Clifford said Vallejo, 31, remains suspended until his review by the Internal Investigation Division and possible disciplinary action. According to court records, Vallejo was arguing with a woman about 2:30 a.m. Sept. 14 at Cross and West streets in Federal Hill when Debora Kim Akins walked by and asked the woman if she was OK. Akins reported that the officer grabbed her and pushed her against a car. The woman said she ran and flagged down a passing police officer. It was then she learned that Vallejo also was a police officer, according to her statement to police that is in the court file. Supervisors responded to the scene and issued Vallejo a criminal summons charging him with assault, Clifford said. [Source]

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