BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- A Bridgeport police officer who is one of the stars of A&E's "Live PD" show was charged with disorderly conduct on Friday, Oct. 28, according to the Connecticut Post.
Sgt. Stacey Lyons, 33, who had a starring role in the television show, was charged by Trumbull police after her former boyfriend told police said she had broken into his house and attacked him, said the Connecticut Post.
Police said Lyons had gotten in by using a security code to the Petticoat Lane home during the early morning hours, added the Connecticut Post.
The former boyfriend told police he and Lyons had shoved each other. Police said the boyfriend, who was with another woman, had minor marks on his right forearm and his nose, said the Connecticut Post.
During a hearing a Monday, a judge ordered Lyons to have no contact with her former boyfriend; she is free until her next court appearance on Nov. 16, added the Post.
Police later seized Lyons' service weapon along with two handguns and ammunition, said the Connecticut Post.
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