Domestic violence charges against Adams County sheriff’s deputy dismissed

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DENVER — An Adams County Sheriff’s deputy who faced multiple domestic assault charges has had those charges dismissed.

Dean Dominguez, 42, initially pleaded not guilty in court on Aug. 16, 2016 to assault, disturbing the peace and wrongs to minors charges. At the time, he was released after posting a $550 bond.

The charges were all dismissed in late May of 2017.

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