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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

[TX] Officer Clark turns himself in 6 weeks after domestic incident

BROWNWOOD POLICE OFFICER CHARGED AFTER DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE
Brownwood Bulletin
By Steve Nash
December 29, 2009 1:30 AM CST
A veteran Brownwood police officer is on unpaid suspension following his arrest last week on charges of assault and unlawful restraint, authorities said. The charges stem from a Nov. 6 domestic disturbance, Brown County Sheriff’s officials said. Patrolman Mike Clark, 44, of Early, turned himself in at the Brown County Jail on Dec. 21 after warrants were issued for his arrest, Sheriff Bobby Grubbs said. Clark, who has worked for the Brownwood Police Department since October 1997, is free on personal recognizance bonds. [LINK]

BROWNWOOD COP SUSPENDED FOR ASSAULT
KTXS
BROWNWOOD -- 44-year old Michael Clark of Early turned himself in and was booked into the Brown County Jail. Clark is charged with assault/dating violence and unlawful restraint, stemming from a November 6th domestic disturbance involving his girlfriend while he was off duty. He is on unpaid suspension for the arrest. [LINK]
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1 comment:

  1. What's up with the BPD? It's one thing after another. It's sad that so many officers think they are above the law.

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