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Saturday, March 27, 2010

[IL] Officer Workman arrested for domestic battery, firearm threat - and has domestic violence history


OFFICER ARRESTED ON DOMESTIC BATTERY CHARGE
kfvs12.com
By Heartland News
Mar 25, 2010 3:16 PM PDT
A part-time patrol officer was arrested just after 12:30 a.m. Wednesday following an apparent domestic dispute. The suspect is identified as Justin Allen Workman, who was recently hired as a part-time patrol officer for the village of Ridgway, IL.  According to Carrier Mills police, Workman was arrested after an incident in which he broke cell phone into four pieces and threatened a family with a firearm.  The family then ran and called police. Workman, 22, was booked into the Saline County Detention Center on a charge of domestic battery. According to authorities, Workman has a previous arrest for domestic battery and a previous order of protection. [LINK]

RIDGWAY POLICE OFFICER ARRESTED BY CARRIER MILLS POLICE DEPARTMENT
Disclosure News Magazine
By admin
Published: March 24, 2010
[Excerpts] Ridgway’s newest police officer hire [Justin Workman] has been arrested in Carrier Mills on several preliminary charges after an incident last night (03.23.10) of raising hell with his ex girlfriend over their baby... However, it’s really not clear why Ridgway, who ordinarily makes sensible hires as regards police, took him on. Workman, we’re told, had also applied in Hardin County last year but didn’t make it to that department, and fortunately so, apparently. At his tender young age [22], Workman had already acquired himself an arrest for domestic battery, and had a Saline County OP against him in 2008, filed by a Whitney Mayberry. As well, Hardin learned that while he was being considered for the job, Workman got into a “road-rage” incident in which he told the other driver he was going to “beat his ass” and since he “worked for Hardin County Sheriff’s Department” (he hadn’t yet even gotten close to being hired) he “wouldn’t get in trouble for it”... [Full article here]
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1 comment:

  1. AnonymousMay 15, 2011

    I am not a victim or cop hating party, but the man needs help from a doctor.because he has alot of anger when he pulls a gun on family.he needs help.we are going to see alot more persons
    getting that way right now and I think we need think more about hepling then hating!

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