Thursday, December 14, 2000

Officer faces charge of domestic violence

        An auxiliary police officer for the Lincoln Heights Police Department was charged early Wednesday morning with domestic violence.

        According to police records, James F. Marino, 40, of Delhi Township was arrested just after 1 a.m. after he allegedly grabbed his girlfriend by the face, threatened to kill her and then pushed her back by the face.

        As an auxiliary officer, Mr. Marino works for Lincoln Heights 40 hours a month. He has been with the department four years.

        Lincoln Heights Police-Fire Chief Ernie McCowen said Mr. Marino is suspended without police powers pending the outcome of an investigation.

        If convicted, he will not be allowed to continue as a police officer.


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