Cop Pushes 2-yr-old Child’s Face Into Urine as “Punishment”: Reports


BARTLETT — A gruesome report has surfaced online according to which a Shelby County Sheriff’s Deputy has been placed on paid leave.

According to reports, Deputy Brian Hoard grabbed a 2-yr-old child and pushed the child’s face down into a puddle of urine on the ground.

The child’s father filed a complaint against Deputy Hoard after his 9-yr-old daughter and 7-yr-old son told him that Deputy Hoard had forced the child’s head down as a punishment for having an accident in his diaper.

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Deputy Hoard was seeing the father’s ex-wife.

The father’s children were with his ex-wife when Deputy Hoard was at the ex-wife’s home.

Both the 9-yr-old daughter and the 7-yr-old stated that they witnessed Deputy Hoard assaulting their baby 2-yr-old brother.

The statement prompted the father to file a report on the Deputy for assault.

“Hoard pressed [the 2-yr-old child’s face in urine on the carpet after [the 2-yr-old child’s] diaper had leaked,” the report states.

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It continues stating:

[The father] reported that he was made aware of the incident by his nine year old daughter and 7 year old son who he stated were both present and witnessed the incident. [The father] stated that his children stated their mother and Hoard argued about Hoard’s actions after the fact. [The father] stated that he does wish to press charges.”

Detectives from internal affairs at the sheriff’s department have interviewed the father, but so far no charges have been filed against Deputy Hoard.

The sheriff’s department is conducting an internal investigation on themselves to determine if they were involved in wrongdoing.

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