Fort Worth officer accused of beating daughter is firedStar Telegram
Mar. 03, 2014
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A Fort Worth police officer charged in August with assaulting his teenage daughter has been fired.
[...]“She stated that Officer Gulley became angry when she gave him ‘a look’ and he punched her in the face with a closed fist,” the letter says. “Her nose began to bleed.”
The daughter told police that Gulley yelled for a person to bring him a belt and that he struck her with it.
“He then threw the belt down and slammed her to the ground,” the letter says. “She stated that he placed his hands around her throat and squeezed. He then twisted her body into several different positions and subsequently stood on her chest.”