Kalkaska Undersheriff Bruce Gualtiere charged with domestic violence
[ June 28, 2008]
[ June 28, 2008]
Kalkaska undersheriff returns to duty after cleared of domestic violence charge
by The Grand Rapids Press
Friday September 12, 2008, 6:24 PM
-- Undersheriff Bruce Gualtiere returned to work Friday after he was cleared of a misdemeanor domestic violence charge alleging he assaulted his 17-year-old stepson by pushing him into a garage door.
Gualtiere had been on administrative leave since the June 28 complaint was filed. Sheriff Bill Artress said the system worked and that a jury, which found Gualtiere not guilty on Thursday, came to the right conclusion.
Sheriff William Artress announced on Friday that the case was closed and Gualtiere would be returning to work on Friday.WPBN News, Michigan
Friday, September 12, 2008 at 11:54 a.m.
Kalkaska County's Undersheriff is found not guilty in an assault case involving his step son.
The trial for Bruce Gualtiere took place Thursday in Grand Traverse County.
Investigators say on June 28th the Undersheriff had an argument with his 17- year- old step son that led to what was called "a small pushing and shoving incident."
Gualtiere was on paid leave pending the outcome of the trial. Sheriff William Artress announced on Friday that the case was closed and Gualtiere would be returning to work on Friday.
KALKASKA COUNTY UNDERSHERIFF CLEARED ON ALL CHARGES
WWUP News, Michigan
Kalkaska County Undersheriff Bruce Gualtiere will be headed back to work after a Grand Traverse County jury found him not guilty on assault charges.
Gualtiere was charged for an alleged dispute with his stepson back in June.
Since the incident, Gualtiere was placed on paid suspension from his job at the Kalkaska Sheriff's Department.
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