Trinity man injures 2 MPs and officer in domestic violence call

LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – A Trinity man faces multiple charges after injuring two Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office deputies and a Moulton police officer, according to the sheriff’s office.

Officials said on August 30, around 5:15 p.m., they were called to a home on County Road 211 in the Trinity area because of threats made by 22-year-old Christian Tyler Parker. They explained that the first deputy at the scene found Parker on the second floor of the house and that Parker started a fight with this deputy.

A second deputy arrived at the home and Parker also assaulted him, according to the sheriff’s office. The two deputies and a family member were able to hold Parker down until Moulton police arrived.

While trying to handcuff Parker, a Moulton police officer was also injured.

Parker was arrested and charged with:

  • Assault 2n/a police officer diploma
  • Assault 2n/a police officer diploma
  • Assault 2n/a police officer diploma
  • Domestic Violence Harassment 3rd diploma
  • Domestic Violence Harassment 3rd Diploma
  • resist arrest

The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office said a deputy had a broken nose during the encounter, another had a broken hand, and a Moulton police officer also had a broken hand. All three were treated and released from Lawrence Medical Center.

Parker was treated for dehydration at the medical center before being released, officials said. He was then taken to Morgan County Jail, his bail has yet to be set.


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