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Fla. Deputy Punches On-Duty Officer

October 07, 2013  | 

A Florida sheriff's deputy is facing possible termination after she punched her estranged husband's new girlfriend while she say in her patrol car in uniform.

Osceola County Sheriff's Deputy Edeania Nettles, 39, was arrested and suspended last week after allegedly punching St. Cloud Police Officer Jennifer Hoyos, 26, at a park. Deputy Nettles encountered Officer Hoyos with Sgt. Elbert John Nettles at 10:45 p.m. Wednesday at Ted Broda Memorial Park.

After punching her in the face, the off-duty deputy pulled Officer Hoyos from her patrol car. The two women grappled, and Hoyos had a skinned knee, bloody lips, a clump of hair pulled out, and scratches on her neck, reports WFTV.

On Thursday, Hoyos requested a stalking injuction against Nettles, reports the Orlando Sentinel.

Comments (7)

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aj @ 10/7/2013 2:47 PM

Edeania Nettles, 39.... Jennifer Hoyos, 26.... can u say "upgrade"? But seriously. Don't fish off the company peer and get your home life squared away before you hit the street and try to solve other peoples problems.

Capt. Crunch @ 10/7/2013 6:16 PM

Why punch the girlfriend it takes two to tango. If you know your going to get in trouble for punching someone punch the ex- husband he is the one who cheated on you. Should have thanked the girlfriend for showing you what a dumbass your husband is.

Capt. Crunch @ 10/7/2013 6:20 PM

Why punch the girlfriend if it wasn't her it would be another one. Should thank the girlfriend for showing you what a falsehearted person your husband was.

TheRookie @ 10/7/2013 11:01 PM

Years ago I had to warn, and teach my oldest son, Do not s__t where you eat. He was always trying to go out/date with co-workers, and/or supervisors. Then he would wonder why they treated him a different way while at work. He's finally learned, after having to quit a job because of that.

mike @ 10/8/2013 5:08 AM

Do they teach "cat fighting" in the academies now???

Ima Leprechaun @ 10/8/2013 7:45 PM

After reading the headline but before reading the article my guess was this was a domestic incident. Right on the money. All should be fired including the male.

Ima Leprechaun @ 10/8/2013 7:47 PM

Although now that I think of it even Officers in Florida convicted of murder while on duty get less than 12 years in prison so all three will probably get the medal of honor.

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