Oklahoma County Prosecutor Suspected of Domestic Assault Released from Jail
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma County assistant district attorney suspected of assaulting his wife was released from jail Monday morning.
Robert McClatchie was booked on complaints accusing him of striking his wife multiple times and choking her to the point of unconsciousness in front of their 11-year-old daughter, The Oklahoman reported. Officers responded to a domestic call at the Oklahoma City home about early Saturday.
A judge set McClatchie’s bond at $15,000 and told him not to contact his wife. Formal charges have not yet been filed.
District Attorney David Prater says that regardless of the outcome of the case, an administrative review will be conducted to determine the appropriate personnel action.
Until the criminal matter is resolved, McClatchie will not be prosecuting any cases.