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Anderson Police Officer Adam Watters, the son of Police Chief Tony Watters, was arrested Friday on several felony and misdemeanor charges for an alleged attack on a girlfriend.
An Anderson police officer allegedly threatened to have his girlfriend arrested when she struck him in the face after he grabbed her by the neck and threw her up against a wall, according to an affidavit of probable cause.
This Week's Circulars
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- Charges against Elwood couple amended to include murder
- Inmate provides evidence against fellow prisoner in murder trial
- UPDATE: Coroner identifies man who died in Elwood fire
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- Affidavit: Child molestation discovered after teacher confiscates note
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