Marion County sheriff’s deputy found not guilty on all counts

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Brandon Kidwell

UPDATE (March 31, 2016 ): Brandon Kidwell was found not guilty on all counts.

UPDATE (August 5, 2015): Brandon Kidwell has been charged with criminal confinement (level 6 felony), domestic battery (level 6 felony), battery resulting in bodily injury (Class A misdemeanor), and interference with reporting of a crime (Class A misdemeanor).

INDIANAPOLIS (July 30, 2015) – Indiana State Police arrested a deputy with the Marion County Sheriff’s Department Wednesday night.

According to state police, Brandon Kidwell was taken into custody around 5:30 p.m. while state police were investigating an unrelated hit-and-run case in the 4300 block of Blue Ribbon Road in Indianapolis.

During the course of that investigation, a woman approached a state trooper saying a man was holding her against her will.

After investigating, the trooper arrested Kidwell on preliminary charges of criminal confinement and interfering with reporting a crime.

State police said Kidwell was cooperative with the investigation.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Department placed Kidwell, an 8-year veteran, on administrative leave.

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