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Off-duty sheriff's deputy faces assault charges

Lawton- A Comanche County Sheriff's Deputy faces assault charges after a woman and witnesses say he pulled her out of her car and began beating her. It happened in the Sheridan Road Wal-Mart parking lot. According to police reports, the off-duty deputy and his wife were in their car when they got into an argument with the woman over her driving.

People in both cars were accused of flipping each other off. At some point during the argument, witnesses tell police the deputy pulled the woman out of her car, slammed her to the ground, and started hitting her. Police issued the deputy an arrest summons for assault and battery. He has not been charged. Police reports state Wal-Mart management banned him from their property

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