Judge refuses to dismiss no-contact order in LMPD officer domestic violence case

Published: Nov. 20, 2017 at 7:47 PM EST|Updated: Dec. 11, 2017 at 8:31 PM EST
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Christina Gaddis (Source: LMDC)
Christina Gaddis (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) -  A judge will not dismiss a no-contact order for an LMPD officer accused of assaulting her husband

LMPD Third Division Officer Christina Gaddis was arrested and charged with assault fourth-degree domestic violence in November, according to police.That is a misdemeanor.

The arrest came after a man allegedly was pushed from behind multiple times and knocked down by Gaddis. While down, the arrest slip said Gaddis began striking him.

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Christina Gaddis' attorney asked for that order to be dropped so Gaddis could see her husband for the holidays.

The judge denied the requested saying he never dismisses a no-contact order until a case is resolved.

Officer Gaddis has been placed on administrative leave.

She's been employed with LMPD since June 2014, according to police.

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