Former Fresno Fire Chief Takes Plea Deal
FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) —
Former Fresno Fire Chief Rob brown on Tuesday pled no contest to misdemeanor domestic violence and criminal threats.
Brown will receive three years probation. He will also have to enter a batterer's treatment program, take child/parenting class and complete 20 hours of community service under the plea deal.
Earlier this month, City Manager Bruce Rudd announced that Brown resigned from the position.