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Monday, February 14, 2011

[TN] Metro Police Cpt. Rich Foley decommissioned following domestic incident with wife

Nashville Metro Police Captain Foley is the head of Metro Park Police.

POLICE CAPTAIN UNDER INVESTIGATION AFTER DOMESTIC CALL
newschannel5.com
Feb 08, 2011 8:24 PM PS
[Excerpts] A Metro Police captain is under investigation after being decommissioned following a call to his home about a domestic disturbance. Officers were called to Captain Rich Foley's home just after 3:30 a.m. on February 3 following an argument between Foley and his wife. His wife first told police that Foley grabbed her arm, then later said he pushed her... Foley's wife did not want to press charges... The police department's Domestic Violence division and the Office of Professional Accountability are conducting separate investigations... [Full article here]

HEAD OF METRO PARKS POLICE DECOMMISSIONED: Capt. Rich Foley Involved In Feb. 3 Domestic Disturbance Incident
WSMV
By Jonathan Martin
February 8, 2011
[Excerpts] The head of Metro Parks police was decommissioned Feb. 3 after an early-morning domestic disturbance incident, according to Metro police spokesman Don Aaron. Officers responded to Capt. Rich Foley's South Nashville home just after 3:30 a.m. Feb. 3 in regard to a domestic disturbance call. Officers learned that Foley and his wife had been involved in an argument. Foley's wife at first alleged that he grabbed her arm. She later said that he pushed her, but there was no visible evidence of injury... Foley has been a Metro officer for 15 years, serving as captain for five, overseeing all Metro parks. He's the second Metro police officer to be decommissioned in the last week. South Precinct Sgt. Vernon Johnson was arrested and charged with assault, accused of punching a man after a Super Bowl party. [Full article here]

NASHVILLE POLICE CAPT. DECOMMISSIONED
WKRN.com
February 8, 2011
[Excerpts] A Nashville police captain has been decommissioned following a domestic incident with his wife. Metro police spokeswoman Kristin Mumford told Nashville's News 2 officers responded to Capt. Rich Foley's home just after 3:30 a.m. last Thursday morning... Mumford said Foley is taking personal leave and has not reported for work since the February 3 incident. She said the Office of Professional Accountability was also conducting an administrative investigation, separate from the investigation by the Domestic Violence Division. [Full article here]
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