TPPA president arrested, charged with domestic violence

TPPA president arrested, charged with domestic violence

PERRYSBURG, OH (WTOL) - A former Rossford City Councilman and current Toledo Police Patrolman's Association president was arrested Sunday on charges of domestic violence.

Rossford police chief Glenn Goss said 50-year-old Daniel Wagner was arrested after allegedly fighting with his 19-year-old son at his home in Rossford.

Wagner was being held in the Wood County Justice Center, but was released on his own recognizance.

Wagner turned over his firearms to the Rossford Police Department.

The Toledo Police Department released the following statement:

The Toledo Police Department has placed Officer Daniel Wagner, a 22 year veteran, on restricted duty following an arrest for domestic violence against his adult son yesterday afternoon by the Rossford Police Department. Wagner, the Toledo Police Patrolman's Association president, will remain on payroll, but will have no police powers pending his criminal case in Wood County. An Internal Affairs administrative investigation will also be conducted by Toledo Police in addition to the ongoing criminal investigation being led by Rossford police. As with any citizen, Wagner is afforded all due process rights and is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Toledo Police Chief George Kral also provided the following statement:

"The Toledo Police Department is comprised of over six hundred sworn officers," Toledo Police Chief George Kral said. "The vast majority of my officers conduct themselves in a manner that brings credit to themselves and the city they serve. I am proud of my officers for their professionalism and hard work day in and day out. I ask the citizens of Toledo to trust our system of due process and know that when officers fall short, they will be held accountable."

He is scheduled to appear back in court on March 19.

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