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Wednesday, December 22, 2010
[GA] Braselton Police Officer Rutledge charged with domestic battery and cruelty to children
Earlier this month:
BRASELTON POLICE OFFICER FROM FLOWERY BRANCH ARRESTED: Man charged with battery, cruelty to children
From staff reports
December 13, 2010 4:21 p.m.
A Flowery Branch man and Braselton police officer was charged Sunday with battery and third degree cruelty to children, according to the Hall County Sheriff’s Office... "A preliminary investigation by a domestic violence officer found that Raymond Rutledge, 36, had pushed an adult and child down onto a bed," [spokesman for the sheriff’s office Col. Jeff Strickland] said. "He’s employed by Braselton police and was off duty during that time." Rutledge was released from Hall County Jail Monday afternoon on $5,000 bond. "We have put him on administrative leave until we get through with the internal investigation," said Braselton Police Chief Terry Escho... [Full article here]
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You Domestic Violence feminazis should be ashamed of yourselves. Your policies are bad, based on half thruths and lies. You do so much more harm than good. You are hurting children and families, your are domestic terrorists.ReplyDelete
If Braselton only knew what kind of so called men they have working for their ploice department. There is so much more to tell about a certain officer than just pushing someone on a bed. I always heard most people become cops, because they like to be in control. I think that staement is so true.ReplyDelete
Don't judge all police officers by one persons actions.ReplyDelete
Too bad the good cops - the ones that do their jobs with integrity - don't get as much press in the paper. So many real heroes... for putting themselves in harm way for the rest of us.ReplyDelete
For all those that judged the officer before his fair trial, all charges were dropped against him and the female has been charged with giving false statements.ReplyDelete
Could you send link, article, or document? Thank you.Delete