Utah police officer who dragged screaming nurse is fired in incident that leaves one mother shocked Read more
The incident occurred when police were responding to a domestic violence call at a house in the middle of the afternoon, according to a statement. In the parking lot of the house officers encountered the 22-year-old nurse.
When she moved to a house further away she claimed to have been attacked by another woman, which led to a heated exchange between them. The man allegedly dragged her by the hair and attempted to kiss her, while the woman fought back with a large metal hammer. It was during that struggle that the officer put a stun gun to her 광주출장마사지head – the second time in less than 10 minutes, as police moved in to defend her.
A member of the public intervened, striking the man, who was arrested on suspicion of felony domestic violence. He was placed into custody pending an investigation.
The next day the police department sent out an email out to the community, asking people to report all crimes to the police department.
“This incident was a situation in which a woman was assaulted by a police officer. The officer who attacked her was terminated,” the department said. “The actions of the responding officers caused an immediate and unnecessary attack by the officer.”
The department said officers “reacted appropriately” and removed the man from the house on the spot where the incident happened.
He will be reassigned to the station’s family unit, the department said.
The release on Tuesday did not give any details on the outcome of the case or provide any other details.
A message left with the city attorney’s office regarding the incident was not immediately returned.
Kreider has a history of complaints against officers from her time as a police officer in Colorado in both law enforcement and community relations.
Last week, the former sergeant was one of the officers to take on a student for a traffic offense. In one incident involving the teen, she told the boy to “back off, go back to your house and tell the cops who came to get you you won’t put your phone in the car so you won’t give it to the cops again”.
In 2010, she became the third officer to be disciplined by Colorado’s public safety department after she arrested her first husband, after she was caught on tape kicking a woman unconscious.