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Monday, August 31, 2009

[IN] Jailed Detective Hedrick subject of domestic battery investigation

A Carmel Police Department detective has been placed on administrative leave after he was arrested this weekend on a domestic battery charge... Hedrick ’s arrest came after a dispute with his wife at their home...

CARMEL POLICE OFFICER ARRESTED FOR DOMESTIC BATTERY
A detective with the Carmel Police Department has been punished following his arrest over the weekend.
WTHR Indianapolis
Aug 30 2009 6:30 PM
Carmel - A detective with the Carmel Police Department has been punished following his arrest over the weekend. Officers in Noblesville were called to Det. Bradley Hedrick's residence Saturday, where he was taken into custody for domestic battery. He has been with the Carmel Police Department for 18 years. Det. Hedrick is on administrative leave pending an internal investigation by the department. [LINK]

CARMEL COP ARRESTED FOR DOMESTIC BATTERY
Indy.com
Carrie Ritchie
August 30, 2009
A Carmel Police Department detective has been placed on administrative leave after he was arrested this weekend on a domestic battery charge. Noblesville Police arrested Detective Brad Hedrick at his Noblesville home Saturday, said Carmel Police Lt. Jeff Horner. Hedrick is being held at the Hamilton County Jail until Monday when a judge will set his bond. The Carmel Police Department will continue to pay Hedrick during his leave, unless an internal investigation shows Hedrick violated the department’s policies, Horner said. That investigation will begin Monday, he said. Hedrick ’s arrest came after a dispute with his wife at their home in the 18000 block of Prairie Crossing Drive in Noblesville. Horner did not have access to Hedrick’s personnel records on Sunday, but he said he did not think Hedrick, who’s been with the department for about 18 years, had been in trouble before. [LINK]
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