HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. - On Tuesday, a trooper with the Indiana State Police pleaded guilty to resisting law enforcement.
Christopher Dyer has been on administrative leave without pay since he was involved in an incident at a bar in Fishers last August.
Police said Dyer was intoxicated and waved a gun inside the bar. Officials said his blood-alcohol content was 0.27 percent at the time.
Dyer was initially charged with criminal recklessness, public intoxication and resisting law enforcement.
After pleading guilty, Dyer received one year of probation. He also must take part in community service and undergo alcohol counseling.
Now that the case has cleared the court, the Indiana State Police will review his status with the department.
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