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Prescott police sergeant arrested for domestic abuse

A Prescott Valley patrol sergeant faces prices of domestic abuse after he was arrested on Thursday by Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies, in line with an announcement launched by the Prescott Valley Police Department.

Prescott Valley officers obtained a domestic violence name at round 1:45 p.m. occurring at a house within the suburbs close to Stoneridge Drive and Black Canyon Highway, in line with police.

When officers realized that the house belonged to Prescott Valley Sergeant Michale Morris, they known as the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office to research.

Sheriff’s deputies claimed {that a} drunken Morris pulled his daughter by her arm and “attempted to hit her with a door,” leaving a scrape on her throat, in line with court docket data.

His spouse, daughter and his daughter’s boyfriend left and got here again to the house 4 hours later to seize some belongings to go away for the evening due to the sooner struggle, however Morris started to yell at them, court docket data declare.

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