Deputy accused of off-duty domestic violence fired from Coos County Sheriff's Office
BANDON, Ore. – An off-duty deputy with the Coos County Sheriff’s Office was arrested Sunday on domestic violence, menacing, and harassment charges, the Coos County District Attorney’s Office said.
Deputy Klayton C. Wilson was fired from the Coos County Sheriff’s Office following the incident, District Attorney R. Paul Frasier said.
According to Frasier, the deputy was off-duty when the alleged domestic violence occurred.
Wilson was arraigned on the charges Monday, and later released on $25,000 bail.
Since Deputy Wilson has worked with Frasier’s office on other cases, the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office agreed to take over prosecution in the case.