Denver officer pleads no contest over punch

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Boulder, Colo. (AP) -- A Denver Police Officer accused of
punching a man in the face at a golf club bar while he was off duty
has pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct. The Daily Camera reports 37-year-old Kevin Carlile entered his plea Monday in Erie Municipal Court and received a one-year deferred judgment. The misdemeanor conviction will be dropped from his record if he stays out of trouble over the next 12 months. He also was fined $500, with $250 of that suspended. Police in Erie say Carlile and his friend Christopher Douglas were watching a Colorado Rockies game on television this summer when two other men changed the channel. Carlile and Douglas were accused of each punching a man in the face. Douglas also received a one-year deferred judgment and was fined $750, with $300 suspended.

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