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Thursday, January 29, 2009

[TX] Officer Wilcox arrested for break-in and assault of ex-girlfriend

...Because the accused in the case is a police officer, the investigation is being conducted by Texas Ranger Trace McDonald... He said the break-in was not an attempt to steal from the victim. “It wasn’t a theft type situation”...

CHANDLER POLICE OFFICER ARRESTED
Texas Ranger investigating incident; Wilcox charged with breaking into residence, assaulting woman
Athens Daily Review, TX -
By Rich Flowers News Editor
January 29, 2009
[Excerpts] A Chandler Police officer was arrested Monday in connection with an alleged break-in and assault at a home in the Brownsboro area. Thirty-year-old Ryan Michael Wilcox was booked into the Henderson County Jail Monday afternoon and released a short time later after posting $2,500 bond. The Henderson County Sheriff’s Department received a call from a woman Monday night telling of the incident. According to the complaint, Wilcox entered the home at about 2:30 a.m. Sunday. Because the accused in the case is a police officer, the investigation is being conducted by Texas Ranger Trace McDonald... He said the break-in was not an attempt to steal from the victim. “It wasn’t a theft type situation,” McDonald said. “It was a case of him entering a home without consent and committing an assault”... McDonald and Henderson County Sheriff’s Department Investigator Michael Teal arrested Wilcox without incident. Athens Review attempts to reach Chandler Police Chief Ron Reeves concerning Wilcox’s arrest were unsuccessful Wednesday. [Full article here]

CHANDLER POLICE OFFICER ARRESTED
East Texas Radio
Dave Kirkpatrick
January 28th, 2009
30-year-old Chandler police officer Michael Wilcox was arrested and charged with burglary of a habitation. He was taken into custody by Henderson County deputies for allegedly breaking into his ex-girlfriend's home. His bond has been set at $2500.
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1 comment:

  1. AnonymousJuly 17, 2009

    A lifetime of getting away with wrondoing has caught up with Michael. Laughing at his excessive drinking, letting him off a dwi while still a minor, ignoring the
    hot-head temper, and encouraging the tough guy bravado. Like most tough guys it was all talk and a woman pays the price. A little checking into his past will reveal prior instances of violence towards girlfriends. I wonder if his family still thinks his actions are funny. I hope the young lady sees justice done and Michael sees the inside of a prison for several years.

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