This is one lucky-smart-lady!
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Police officer faces battery, weapon counts
A Milwaukee police officer has been charged with punching his girlfriend and threatening her with a handgun. (HIS HANDGUN)
Chou Lor, 22, faces two misdemeanors:
battery and endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon. If convicted , Lor would face fines of up to $10,000 and up to nine months in jail on each count.
According to the criminal complaint, Lor’s girlfriend said he became angry with her while they were driving back from his mother’s house on February 15. 2009.
He pulled over, punched her in the face with a closed fist, then pulled out a gun, held it to her face and threatened her life.
When he lowered his weapon, the women took the keys from the car. Lor thought she had thrown them from the car and when he got out to look for them, the women moved over and tried to drive off, the complaint says.
But Lor returned to the car and the women drove to a police station to report the crime.
Milwaukee Police Department spokeswomen Anne E, Schwartz said Lor has been with the department for three years and has been suspended with pay in connection with the charges.