INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - An ex-officer pleaded guilty and was sentenced for a battery charge Wednesday.
Ex-IMPD officer Shay Foley pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor battery charge in court Tuesday. He was sentenced to 363 days of probation for the crime.
Back in 2012, Foley was arrested in connection with an Aug. 2009 altercation with his pregnant wife. According to court documents, then officer Foley was upset with his wife, Amanda, for being pregnant with their second child.
An I-Team 8 investigation revealed Foley was suspended four times without pay since 2007. One instance, in 2009, he was suspended for 60 days without pay.
Originally, Foley faced four felony charges and a misdemeanor charge for the incident involving his wife.
A plea agreement lead to the lesser charge.
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