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Friday, December 17, 2010

[AR] Baxter County Sheriff's Commander Brian Rowe fired after domestic battery no-contest plea

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Commander of Baxter County reserve deputy program formally terminated
Baxter Bulletin
Janet Nelson
December 16, 2010
[Excerpt] Baxter County Sheriff John Montgomery terminated the employment of Brian Keith Rowe, 40, Wednesday morning. Rowe had been on suspension as commander of the county's reserve deputy program since mid-August when he was arrested by Mountain Home police on a domestic battery charge. Tuesday, Rowe entered a plea of no contest in Baxter County District Court to the misdemeanor charge of domestic battery in the third degree... [Article here]
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3 comments:

  1. New link: http://www.khozradio.com/11364/former_reserve_deputy_sentenced_for_domestic_battery.html

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  2. Former Reserve Deputy Sentenced for Domestic Battery
    December 15, 2011

    The former commander of the Baxter County Sheriff's Office reserve program, has been sentenced on a misdemeanor domestic battery charge in Baxter County District Court. 41 year old Brian Keith Rowe is sentenced to 30 days in jail with time suspended on condition of good behavior. Rowe was also ordered to pay a fine of $250, plus costs.

    The judge kept in effect an order of protection for the victim for another year, but allowed Rowe to petition to have his record expunged if he complies with court conditions through next August.

    Rowe was charged with the misdemeanor in August of last year and entered a no contest plea a year ago. Rowe was terminated from the reserve program by Sheriff John Montgomery.

    http://www.khozradio.com/11364/former_reserve_deputy_sentenced_for_domestic_battery.html

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  3. AnonymousJuly 06, 2014

    He also violated the order of protection 4 times, and he was never picked up!!! That piece of paper didn't do a thing. Now him and the chief of police in Gassville are continuing to harass the victims and their family.

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