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LRPD cop going door to door to get pledges to stop violence has history of domestic abuse

by Russ Racop

LRPD cop Brandon Middleton was featured in a recent story on a local television station about LRPD's newest public relations gimmick, "Operation Ceasefire".

What most don't know is that Middleton has a history of domestic violence and other troubling behavior, including showing up drunk for work and being a documented liar.
We had long complained about all the LRPD cops branded liars by LRPD that remain on the public payroll and the problem that creates as they are Brady Cops. You can check out the LRPD Liars List by clicking here.
It is ironic that Middleton is schlepping around trying to get folks to sign a pledge to stop violence given his background. Wonder if he gives a testimonial to folks about his own personal experiences with violence?
His estranged wife, we say that as they are in the process of divorcing, called 911 on June 6, 2019 to report Officer Middleton battering her.



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As a result of the incident an internal investigation was opened.

No doubt the cops that responded to the call had Middleton's back.  Look at this document.



At first Mrs. Middleton was very cooperative with the investigation. She even provided details about previous instance of his physical abuse.

But as many LRPD cop wives and girlfriends/baby momma's have done in the past, they stop cooperating or are unwilling to assist in the prosecution of the abuser because if convicted, these abusive cops would loose their jobs and the child support they would receive would be much less than if they remained on the job as a cop.

Notes in the internal investigation file indicate that Mrs. Middleton would not cooperate with the Prosecuting Attorney in the  prosecution of her husband. 



After the completion of the internal investigation, Middleton only received a 24 hour suspension and mandatory anger management classes.



Cops like Middleton is one of the reasons citizens of Little Rock have little trust in the Little Rock Police Department.

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