WASHINGTON, IND. (WTHI) - A southern Indiana police officer pleads not guilty to charges of battery and official misconduct.
Washington Patrolman Barry Hudson is facing those charges in Daviess Superior Court.
Special Prosecutor Mike Steiner says Hudson is accused of beating Kenneth Anderson last Christmas Eve while Anderson was being booked into the Daviess County Jail.
The officer has been on administrative leave since then.
Hudson is free on $2,500 bond.
Judge Dean Sobecki has stepped down from the case and the search is now on for a new judge.
Hudson is set for trial on October 23rd.
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