Officer Michael Mills was arrested Christmas day for an incident that happened on the 3800 block of North 112th Terrace in Kansas City, Kansas.
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. - A former Kansas City, Kan. police officer will serve 30 days shock time in county jail after pleading guilty in Wyandotte County District Court.
Michael Mills pleaded guilty on Monday to one count of battery and entered no contest pleas to two counts of criminal restraint. Before he entered his pleas, he resigned his position with the police department and surrendered his certification for law enforcement.
Mills faced the charges after an incident in December 2011 outside his home .
He was sentenced to 24 months in the county jail, but the judgment was suspended in lieu of 18 months of probation. He will serve the shock time in the county jail and must undergo an evaluation for his probation.
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