PIQUA, Ohio (WDTN) - A Piqua police officer who was already fired once and later re-hired, is once again under investigation and on paid administrative leave.
Our partners at the Piqua Daily Call report that Officer Brett Marrs is accused of tackling a teenage girl while she and several others were toilet papering his house over the weekend.
Marrs then held her down until police arrived. The teen was then taken to the hospital with a broken ankle.
In May 2008, Marrs struck a bicyclist while on duty. That is one of several collisions Marrs was involved in since he was hired.
Ultimately, he was dubbed a liability by the city and was fired.
Marrs sued the city and won his job back in 2010.
As a result of the lawsuit, he was awarded back pay for two years and one month.
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