published Friday, February 25th, 2011

Dade County: Former sheriff’s deputy arrested again

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    Mug shot for Dade County Sheriff’s deputy Steven Pryor.

A former Dade County Sheriff’s Office deputy who was fired last year after reportedly grabbing his estranged wife during an argument was arrested again Thursday on similar charges.

Steven Pryor, 37, was charged this week with kidnapping, two counts of disorderly conduct, criminal trespass and battery, an arrest report shows.

Sheriff Patrick Cannon said these charges involve Pryor’s girlfriend.

In September 2010, Pryor was fired from the department after he was charged with simple battery.

The 2010 charge against Pryor later was dismissed after he completed several requirements, including taking an anger management class, Cannon said.

For complete details, see tomorrow’s Chattanooga Times Free Press.

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about Joy Lukachick...

Joy Lukachick is the city government reporter for the Chattanooga Times Free Press Since 2009, she's covered breaking news, high-profile trials, stories of lost lives and of regained hope and done investigative work. Raised near the Bayou, Joy’s hometown is along the outskirts of Baton Rouge, La. She has a bachelor’s degree in mass communication from Louisiana State University. While at LSU, Joy was a staff writer for the Daily Reveille. When Joy isn't chasing ...

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