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.
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