Former Fresno Fire Chief agrees to plea deal
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The former Fresno Fire Chief, Rob Brown, has agreed to a plea deal that would keep him out of jail.
In the deal, Brown agreed to two misdemeanor charges of domestic battery and criminal threats, and will take a year-long batterers treatment class. The judge set Brown's probation at 3-years and ordered him to take a parenting class.
Brown faced felony domestic violence charges after he was accused of knocking his wife over in June. He resigned his job as Fresno's fire chief earlier this month.
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