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6/3/2022

FORT WORTH, TexasOn June 2, 2022, the Fort Worth Police Department (FWPD) was contacted by the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office regarding the arrest of FWPD Officer Victor Rucker for a charge involving a domestic violence incident that occurred while he was off-duty.

Upon learning of his arrest, the Fort Worth Police Department immediately began an administrative investigation. Officer Rucker has been placed on restricted duty and stripped of all police powers during the course of the ongoing criminal and administrative investigations.

The Fort Worth Police Department holds its officers to a high standard both on and off-duty, and does not tolerate criminal misconduct or unethical behavior; therefore, a thorough investigation to collect and review the facts and the circumstances of these allegations will be conducted.

Officer Rucker has been with the department for 7 years and was assigned to West Division Patrol at the time of his arrest.
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