I found this about the Officer...
I found this article.... the officer in this article is the officer that lied to the court regarding my dh and I....
Kevin Hawley, 37, Duvall police officer
During a fight with his wife in their Monroe home, Kevin Hawley grabbed his handgun.
"I'm going to blow my (expletive) head off and you're going to watch," he said. Then he put the gun barrel in his mouth and pressed his cheek against hers.
That's how his wife recounted the March 1998 incident six months later, in her petition for a domestic violence protection order.
"He is becoming more violent. Incidents are increasing in frequency where he cannot control his rage and he precedes to smashing things," she wrote. "I no longer feel safe in my home. I fear for my children."
She described five years of abuse. On different occasions, she said, Hawley pushed her to the ground during a fight about money, punched his fist through a wall and threatened to burn down the house if she got it in a divorce settlement.
A Snohomish County court commissioner approved a one-year protection order that required Hawley to stay away from his estranged wife, her 10-year-old son from a previous marriage and the couple's 2-week-old son. She filed for divorce a month later. The protection order was later modified to allow Hawley supervised visits with his son.
PRIOR PROBLEMS: Hawley took a leave of absence after the 1998 incident, and received psychiatric treatment and counseling for stress and depression, according to reports filed in the couple's child-custody case. He acknowledged strife during their marriage, but "denied that it could be characterized as abusive on his part," according to a 1999 court record.
UPDATE: Hawley, a 13-year veteran, is now a detective who heads the department's D.A.R.E. program, which educates children about drugs and alcohol. He did not return calls for comment.