Montgomery County police officer pleads guilty to assaulting wifeWashington Post
Mar. 26, 2014
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A Montgomery County police officer on Thursday pleaded guilty to assaulting his wife during an argument inside their Germantown home last year.
Eric Tehrani, a 12-year veteran of the force, pushed his wife against a wall, put his hands around her neck and threw her against a large desk, according to prosecutors. She was examined by doctors, and had bruises consistent with her account, prosecutors said.