A former Ridgeland police officer was arrested Thursday in connection with a 2012 domestic violence incident, according to the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.
Jermaine Kemel Johnson, 31, was charged with one count of criminal domestic violence in connection with a March 10, 2012, incident in which a woman was pushed though a glass window during an altercation at the residence the two shared. He also is accused of other incidents that occurred through Nov. 24.
Johnson was listed as a member of the Ridgeland Police Department’s traffic enforcement division in November 2012.
He was booked at the Jasper County Detention Center.
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