Police officer pleads guilty to domestic violence, stalking
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A Concord police officer initially accused of assaulting a woman and pressuring her to lie about it pleaded guilty Friday to misdemeanor domestic violence, stalking and contempt of court charges.
Bryan Croft, 39, will serve eight months in jail.
Croft pleaded guilty to slamming a door on the woman’s arm in October, stalking her and coming into contact with her.
The attorney general’s office said Croft was a Concord police officer at the time of the alleged crimes.