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Jan 15, 2013

TEXAS CITY - An arbitration hearing will get underway Thursday in Texas City for a police officer fired for engaging in an altercation with a woman officer, resulting in criminal charges being filed against him.

Officer Darren A. Allen was charged in November 2012 with trespassing and assault following the October incident with the policewoman.

Supposedly Allen and officer Eulalia Arthorlee responded to a call together after which he went to her Texas City home and went inside without permission where the assault took place.

The case has been described as "a can of worms" because it involves other police officers, the police chief, another woman who was a jailer, and the story goes on.

Allen is being represented by CLEAT, the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas, one of the state's large police associations.

At one point in the ongoing saga a complaint was filed against Police Chief Robert Burby related to Allen's firing, but details of that complaint were never revealed.

Allen was hired as a police officer in Texas City in 2007 and until this incident had a spotless record.



Comments:
My son got pulled over by Mrs. Lee her attitude was not good and any other officers agree that I have spoken to...I'm of a small statured and she threated to pull her gun if I got any closer to her for her safety...plus she is trained to whoop peoples butt...no gun needed I'm small compared to her...i feel safe with her guarding us...NOT...He may have been defending himself...Sorry Mr. Allen
Posted by Texas City long time resident at 1/15/2013 11:44:07 AM

Hopefully OFFICER Allen gets his job back. Someone needs to look at the chiefs and administrators. Too many officers fired for no reason. Fired and then given their jobs back due to the actions of the administrators after the fired officer has struggled to hold his family and finances together. This happens everyday in law enforcement jobs that do not have civil service protection such as college and school district police departments. If an administrator will try to destroy one of his own troops, I REALLY FEEL SORRY FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC.
Posted by Something Stinks at 1/15/2013 2:22:18 PM

My experience with Authorlee leaves me with the impression she got into law enforcement for all the wrong reasons. I was pulled over for a burned rear bulb and she treated me as though i had ran over her mother.
Posted by concerned citizen at 1/15/2013 8:21:58 PM

We don't need anymore bullies. If she can protect the general public im sure she can protect herself. Sounds like a rat nest to me.
Posted by alturnbu at 1/16/2013 9:54:37 AM

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