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Former Pittsburgh Police Detective Sentenced To 4 Years Probation

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A former Pittsburgh Police detective has been sentenced to four years probation for assaulting another driver during a road rage incident.

Bradley Walker was given two years of probation for simple assault and two years of probation for reckless endangerment.

Walker got into a fight with another man last year after a fender-bender on the Parkway East on May 1.

Police say Walker is accused of getting out of his car, punching out Fate’s driver’s side windshield and side window, and then choking Fate and pulling a gun.

The city fired Walker from the force in August.

Three years ago, Walker was charged with assaulting his wife and son.

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