Southport, Indiana: Cop Timothy Hayes Jr handcuffs teen son as ‘scare tactic’, gets felony charges

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    Cop handcuffs teen son as ‘scare tactic’ and gets felony charges, Indiana police say


    An Indiana police officer is accused of handcuffing his teenage son and driving him to jail, officials say. Now he’s charged with two felonies. Timothy Hayes Jr., a reserve officer in the Southport Police Department, handcuffed his 15-year-old son and left him in an intake holding area at the police station for about half an hour, according to Indiana State Police. He then drove the handcuffed teenager to the Marion County Jail and parked in a spot for police officers, officials said. However, Hayes didn’t take his son into the jail and they instead went home to Franklin, police said. ...


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    Cop handcuffs teen son as ‘scare tactic’ and gets felony charges, Indiana police say

    An Indiana police officer is accused of handcuffing his teenage son and driving him to jail, officials say. Now he’s charged with two felonies. Timothy Hayes Jr., a reserve officer in the Southport Police Department, handcuffed his 15-year-old son and left him in an intake holding area at the police station for about half an hour, according to Indiana State Police. He then drove the handcuffed teenager to the Marion County Jail and parked in a spot for police officers, officials said. However, Hayes didn’t take his son into the jail and they instead went home to Franklin, police said. ...


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