N.C. Deputy Charged For Tasing Utility Worker After ArgumentOfficer.com
Nov. 06, 2013
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Criminal charges were filed Friday in Pender County against a fired New Hanover County Sheriff's Office deputy accused of using a department-issued Taser during an off-duty argument with a utility worker.
Reed Douglas Roberts, 26, is charged with misdemeanor simple assault in the Thursday incident at his Pender County home.