34th District Court judge charged with domestic assault

34th District Court Judge David Parrott

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com

Published Feb. 10, 2020

34th District Court Judge David Parrott is facing charges after an alleged assault that occurred at his house in Van Buren Township.

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy charged Parrott in connection with the alleged assault involving a 55-year-old woman who is reportedly his partner.

On Feb. 8 at 7:10 p.m. Van Buren Township police were sent to a house in Van Buren Township that Parrott shares with the woman.

When the police arrived, the woman told officers the judge had assaulted her, causing injuries including a bump on her head, a cut on her right hand and pain to her tailbone.

After an investigation at the house, the judge was arrested.

Parrott has been charged with domestic violence assault and battery.

Parrott was arraigned Monday afternoon in the 35th District Court in Plymouth.

The 34th District Court in Romulus also services Sumpter Township, Van Buren Township, Huron Township, and Belleville.

Article updated


 

1 thought on “34th District Court judge charged with domestic assault

  1. Joann Hulet

    I have known Mr. D Parrot many years I’ve never seen him. Abuse or mistreat male or female I can testify that. In my present or my partner
    There is more to this story
    And I am sure. She’s got to take blame just as well. Nobody knows the whole story but them too. Or where they were at that night beside. The Residency that they were both at of his.

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