Clayton Police Chief Arrested For 8 Separate Sexual Assault Charges

According to discussion in the course of setting bond, Pickard was said to be on administrative leave from his department. He was ordered to surrender and have no contact with electronics from the Clayton Police Department, or the victim in the case.

Pickard did not request a new judge or change of venue.

Nieskes called the allegations a violation of public trust, and citing ‘overt threats’ made to the victim, requested a $10k cash bond.

Judge Jeffery Anderson agreed with the prosecution and ordered the $10k cash bond.

Pickard’s attorney indicated that he would likely post the bond. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for September 13.


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