Saturday, April 10, 2010
[KY] Deputy Browder's domestic violence charges dismissed - "No serious injuries"
[Excerpts] A sheriff's deputy arrested last month on domestic violence charges after a family argument will return to duty Sunday with charges against him having been dismissed Wednesday. Hardin County Sheriff's Deputy Charles W. Browder Jr., 47, had been on paid leave since early March when he was charged with two counts of assault in the fourth degree... No serious injuries occurred. Browder was jailed after police arrived at his home. He was released from jail after posting $500 cash bond. His attorney, Roger Rigney, confirmed charges against his client were dismissed and the case disposed of Wednesday in Hardin District Court. Sheriff Charlie Williams said Browder will return to duty this weekend... “He’ll be able to keep his job,” Williams said. “He also took it upon himself to get some anger control counseling”... [Full article here]
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