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North Miami police chief officially charged with domestic abuse

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Updated October 16, 2013 -Domestic abuse charges are filed against a North Miami, Oklahoma police chief.

Kevin Joe Sheppard is charged with one count of domestic abuse and one count of assault and battery after his girlfriend reported that the two had gotten into an argument and things got physical.

Sheppard was booked into the Ottawa County jail on Tuesday and was later released on a $5,000 bond.

 

Posted October 15, 2013 - NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY THE MIAMI POLICE DEPARTMENT

North Miami Police Chief Kevin Joe Sheppard was arrested by the Miami Police Department on suspicion of Domestic Violence on October 14, 2013. Sheppard was taken into custody after his girlfriend reported that her observable injuries were caused by Shepard after an argument. Sheppard was transported and booked into the Ottawa County Jail.

Victim reported that she had been in a dating relationship with Sheppard for several months and recently attempted to end the relationship. Victim reported that she and Sheppard had a verbal argument that escalated into Sheppard pushing her down and while falling, victim reported hitting her head on a table corner, causing visible injuries.

Sheppard was taken into custody with incident and bond was set at $5,000 per District Court Judge Culver. An emergency protective order was granted and signed by Judge Culver.

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