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