- December 27, 2007 - [TN] I-SPY OFFICER FINESS BROWN - ...his wife reported her husband struck her after an argument about him whipping their son... she tried to get their son back but the doors were locked... the wife accused her husband of spitting in her face eight times... “She advised he then grabbed her by the hair and slung her into the bathroom wall. She stated a struggle ensued and ended up in the bedroom.” When she tried to call 911, she stated Brown grabbed the phone, pulled her hair, punched her face and cheek and threw her into the bedroom wall, the sergeant reported. She suffered swelling and marks on her face...
- February 25, 2009 - [TN] JUDGE SAYS OFFICER BROWN CAN GO HOME??? - A Murfreesboro Police officer whose wife obtained a second order of protection against him will return home and attend counseling sessions with his wife... (Watch for Brown's use of police tactics on his wife. There should be a set of special laws for using professional law enforcement tactical techniques outside of the job.)
OFFICER ACCUSED OF HITTING WIFE FOR THIRD TIME
By: Lisa Marchesoni
Posted: Monday, August 17, 2009 2:49 pm
No charges were placed against a Murfreesboro Police officer accused by his wife for the third time of hitting her during an argument Thursday at their home, a supervisor reported.
Wife Catina D. Brown, 36, accused husband, Officer Finess Brown, 37, of hitting her in her right eye during an argument over the car keys, a cellular telephone and her reference to a man about 8:45 p.m. Thursday, Sgt. Garry Carter reported.
The wife didn’t have any visible injuries, Carter reported.
She accused him in June 2007 and in February of domestic assault. She agreed in court in February to attend counseling sessions with her husband with a minister. She has an order of protection against her husband but agreed to let him live with her.
Circuit Court Judge J. Mark Rogers told Officer Brown in February he didn’t want a pattern to develop.
“Mr. Brown, if things fall through, you should remove yourself from the process,” Rogers said. “If something develops — and I’m not going to order it — you remove yourself from the situation.”
Mrs. Brown told Carter Thursday she was trying to leave the home but her husband would not give her the keys. They argued earlier because she said he would not let her see the phone numbers on his cell phone.
The wife told her husband, “The man was right. I can make it on my own,” Carter reported.
She accused her husband of going into a rage and demanded to know who the man was. She reported he hit her in the eye between 8 and 8:30 a.m. She also told Carter her husband told her she deserved what she got when he hit her in the temple and spit on her.
The wife said she replied, “OK, you finally admit that,” Carter reported.
She told Carter her husband threatened her if she called police. She did not want to prosecute him.
Police spokesman Kyle Evans said Detective Jennifer West is investigating.
Officer Brown didn’t want to comment, except to say he worked during the weekend and no one from the police department has questioned him about his wife’s report. [LINK]
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