Prince George's Police Officer Accused in ‘Domestic Dispute'

A police officer in Prince George’s County was suspended from the department after allegedly assaulting another police officer Monday, the Prince George's County Police Department said.

The incident occurred at a Chick-fil-A parking lot in Largo, Maryland. The two police officers are in a relationship and have a child together, the department said.

The male officer was accused of shoving the female officer and placing his hand on his gun in a threatening manner, sources with information on the case said.

When he didn't allow the female officer to leave, she called 911 for help and later filed a protective order against the male officer.

“We have opened an investigation based on a 911 call from one Prince George’s County police officer regarding a dispute with a second officer," the Prince George's Police Department said in a statement. "Preliminarily, this appears to be a domestic dispute. It did not involve any members of the public.”

The male officer is suspended from the department while the investigation is pending.

No names are released because no one has been charged with a crime at this time. 

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