Denver Police Officer Arrested on Domestic Violence-Related Harassment Charges

A Denver police officer, Ramone Young, was arrested on Thursday night by the Aurora Police Department on charges related to domestic violence-related harassment. The arrest came after Young was suspected of committing two counts of misdemeanor harassment on March 8, as per court records. Young, who joined the Denver Police Department in 2013 and served as an officer in the patrol division, has been placed on a nonpatrol assignment while the case proceeds through the judicial process.

In a news release issued on Friday, the Denver Police Department stated that an administrative review will commence once the criminal case is adjudicated. This recent arrest follows a previous incident in 2017 when Young was suspended for 10 days after neglecting to check on a woman in a holding cell for a period of nine hours. At that time, Young was assigned to desk duty due to prior suspensions related to inappropriate contacts with women while on duty, according to Denver7.

Author: CrimeDoor

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  1. This situation is like a wolf in sheep’s clothing. On the surface, the Denver police officer may appear to be trustworthy and upholding the law, just like a sheep blending in with the flock. However, the arrest reveals that behind this facade, there is a hidden aggression and harm, much like a wolf lurking beneath the sheep’s disguise. It serves as a reminder that appearances can be deceiving, and we must be cautious in our judgments and expectations of others.

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