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Wisconsin Sgt. Assaulted Girlfriend After Casino Argument

January 25, 2011  | 

A Superior (Wisc.) Police tactical officer is facing domestic assault charges, stemming from his assault of a woman identified as his girlfriend during an argument after a visit to an area casino.

Sgt. Daniel Ellis Hawkin II, 43, is a 19-year veteran of the agency and a member of the tactical response team, reports the Duluth News Tribune.

Hawkin allegedly struck a 32-year-old Lake Nebagamon woman three times, including twice in the face, because she wanted to leave the Black Bear Casino and he didn't.

Read the full story at DuluthNewsTribune.com.


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Sharon @ 1/26/2011 6:16 AM

This man works for the Superior Police Dept. in Superior, Wisconsin which is over the state line from Duluth, Minnesota.

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