No felony indictments for activist Buehler, arresting officerAmerican-Statesman
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Austin police officer Patrick Oborski and local activist Antonio Buehler have both been cleared of felony charges related to a dispute between the two on New Year’s Day 2012.
But Buehler, a 35-year-old Army veteran and founder of the Peaceful Streets Project, will face several misdemeanor charges in relation to that incident and others last year in which he was detained after filming officers during arrests.