(WXYZ) — A Michigan State Police trooper was sentenced for his assault of a female colleague while on duty.
Adam Mullin, 25, was found guilty of four assault-related charges. He will spend one year in Huron County Jail followed by three years of probation. He has already served 149 days of his jail sentence and now has 216 days remaining.
“Adam Mullin’s actions violated the very trust we put in our law enforcement officers,” Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said in a press release. “We are grateful to the Michigan State Police and to Huron County Circuit Judge Prill for ensuring justice is served.”
Following his conviction, Mullin's law enforcement was revoked and his employment with Michigan State Police was terminated.
The assault was reportedly a case of domestic violence.