AURORA, Ind. -- A police chief was arrested Sunday morning in Aurora, Ind. for domestic battery.
Aurora Police Chief Bryan Fields, 42, was arrested at approximately 4 a.m. by state troopers who responded to a home in the 400 block of Harrison Avenue for a report of a domestic disturbance, according to the Indiana State Police.
The ISP says an altercation between Fields and his wife resulted in his wife being transported to Dearborn County Hospital.
Fields was arrested on a preliminary charge of misdemeanor domestic battery, according to the website for the Dearborn County Sheriff's Office. He was taken to a Dearborn County jail.
ISP officers say the investigation is ongoing and similar charges could be filed against Fields' wife.
No other information is available at this time.
WCPO will update the story as we learn more information.
Copyright 2013 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Former Bengals star Chad Johnson will make his return to the gridiron with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.
A child was hospitalized Thursday evening after being struck by a vehicle in Evanston.
Northern Kentucky University's former athletic director got away with stealing $311,000 during a six-year spree.
A new Kroger Marketplace opens Thursday in Northern Kentucky. But what does that mean for its old store, right next door?
The band director who led the Lakota West High School Marching Firebirds to national fame has been suspended for allegedly using his position…
Bengals officials and Hamilton County administrators have come together on an agreement that paves the way for General Electric Co. and as…
Two girls were transported to a local hospital after being struck by an SUV while riding a motorized bike near A.J. Jolly Park Thursday afternoon.
Two people accused of shooting another person in the leg Thursday afternoon were arrested across the street from an elementary school in Covington.
We asked our 9 On Your Side Facebook fans what Easter candies they wish they could eat all year long. Here's what they said!
The former Northern Kentucky University athletic director accused of stealing $311,215 in university funds has agreed to serve 10 years in…