No gun for King County deputy accused of domestic violence

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SEATTLE (AP) — The King County sheriff’s office says a deputy accused of domestic violence has surrendered his weapon and is on administrative leave for criminal and internal investigations.

The man was arrested Sunday at a residence near Issaquah where the deputy lives with his girlfriend, who also works for the sheriff’s office. He was released Monday on $50,000 bail.

The 34-year-old has been with the sheriff’s office for nine years.

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