PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WHDH) – A Providence law enforcement officer and prospect for Rhode Island state senate was put on administrative leave Saturday after apparently attacking his political challenger at a demonstration in the wake of the turnaround of Roe v. Wade, the department revealed.
Providence Authorities revealed Saturday that Jeann Lugo, an officer with 3 years of experience on the force, will be suspended with pay while the criminal examination is underway.
Lugo required to Twitter Saturday to reveal that he has actually suspended his project prior to closing his account.
” I will not be running for any workplace this fall,” the previous Republican state Senate prospect tweeted.
Jennifer Rourke, running for state Senate as a Democrat, shared video to Twitter that reveals the male Rourke determined as Lugo striking her in front of the big crowd of protesters on the doorstep of the Rhode Island State Home.
Rhode Island State Authorities had actually formerly verified 2 people were apprehended and charged with disorderly conduct after a brawl broke out amongst the contingent of hundreds collecting in the wake of the Supreme Court’s choice to reverse Roe v. Wade.
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