Warren Police Officer Arrested On Domestic Violence And Assault Charges

Police say he assaulted a man in the woods and a sleeping woman

WWJ News
July 10, 2020 - 9:24 am
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(WWJ) An off-duty Warren Police officer has been arrested, accused of domestic violence and assault. 

Macomb County Sheriff’s deputies were called to a home in Washington Township on the 4th of July. The woman who called police said that she saw Anwar Khan assaulting another man, and then a woman.

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The Macomb County Sheriff’s office says the female victim had been in a wooded area near the home with two men. Kahn allegedly went into the woods and began assaulting one of the men -- while the second took off. The man who was allegedly assaulted in the woods was able to escape. 

Police say Khan went back into the home with the caller and began assaulting a woman who had been sleeping. Khan threatened to assault the other woman, who then called 9-1-1.

One of the men said Khan pointed a gun at him, according to police. No shots were fired.

Khan was taken into custody. His weapons were confiscated.

Both the man and woman were checked out and released on scene.

Khan is facing charges of Assault With A Dangerous Weapon, two counts of Domestic Violence, and DNA Profiling—refusal to provide samples. He is being held on a $10,000 personal bond.