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LRPD cop Terry McDaniel, who has a history of domestic abuse is relieved of duty after beating his son

Back in 2019 we featured mercenary LRPD cop Terry McDaniel in a story about

You can read that post by clicking here.

That matter involved an incident that occurred in  December 2018. McDaniel argued with his baby mama and came to her residence and busted out a window.

McDaniel also threatened to kill her. He was a homicide detective at that time.

McDaniel was relieved of duty, while investigations were conducted but nothing serious happened to him because the baby mama declined to move forward with her complaint after she realized if McDaniel was got fired as a result of the domestic violence her child support would be greatly reduced.

Fast forward to September 6th. The baby mama made allegations that on or about September 4th, McDaniel beat his 9 year old son with a belt injuring him.

Included in the complaint were images of the injuries and a text message.

Court records also show that an attorney representing McDaniel was allowed to withdraw from the case apparently because he hadn't paid her.

No doubt the Department of Human Services , the Arkansas State Police Crimes Against Children Unit and possibly  Benton PD  will be involved and even if the baby mama decides once again to not pursue charges, DHS and ASP CAC will do what needs to be done.


Our sources at LRPD tell us that McDaniel was relieved of duty last week and an internal investigation was started.

We are working a a story about all the LRPD cops that are domestic abusers like McDaniel. 

There are quite a few of them.


Here's the incident report filed with the Benton Police Department.


***UPDATE 10/03/22 9:00 AM***

LRPD issues a press release about McDaniel being arrested by Benton PD.


 ***UPDATE 10/05/22 11:00AM***

 The Saline County Sheriff's Office sent us McDaniel's booking documents.


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