A married Pennsylvania State Police trooper is facing false imprisonment charges after reportedly physically detaining and committing his ex-girlfriend to a mental health treatment programme under false claims. Ronald Davis, 37, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of abusing his position in carrying out the bizarre takedown that landed his former girlfriend in a mental institution for several days, according to the Dauphin County District Attorney's Office. According to court records filed by the district attorney's office, Davis allegedly informed her, "I know you're not crazy, but I'll paint you as crazy" prior to the forced medical treatment. Davis, who was off-duty at the time, contacted county authorities using his police email account and disguised himself as a trooper to successfully seek an injunction after submitting supposed messages from her in which she threatened suicide. Once the order was authorised, the trooper allegedly went after the woman, whom he had dated for roughly four months, before uniformed troopers arrived. According to the affidavit, Davis and a civilian companion discovered the victim at a picnic area at a public forest, where he scooped her up and brought her to his car before the two wrestled on the ground. A video of the Davis and victim's horrifying struggle has also surfaced online. Police Brutality in US Video: Cop Throws Black Woman on Ground, Uses Pepper Spray on Her for Filming Husband's Arrest Outside Grocery Store in California.

Pennsylvania Cop Falsely Commits Ex-Girlfriend to Mental Facility

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