Tulare chief of police arrested over alleged domestic violence charges
Tulare Police Chief Jerry Breckinridge was taken into custody and released on $50,000 bail over allegations of domestic violence, according to a news report published on Tuesday, March 18.
According to the report, the California Highway Patrol received a report from Breckinridge’s girlfriend, claiming he had committed domestic violence. The California Highway Patrol then forwarded the complaint to the County Sheriff’s Department, who arrested Breckinridge’s at his house Sunday.
An investigation by the County Sheriff’s Department has already been requested by Tulare City Manager Don Dorman.
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