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Judge revokes Hirsh’s parole

Ex-trooper given seven days in jail, 18 months probation

Darrin Hirsh

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Since he did not complete a batterer’s intervention program as required under his post-release agreement, former Kansas Highway Patrol trooper Darrin Hirsh’s parole will be revoked, 20th Judicial District Judge Scott McPherson ruled Friday afternoon.
McPherson then ordered Hirsh to spend seven days in the Barton County Jail. After that, he will back on parole for another 18 months, but under added scrutiny to complete the BIP.
Hirsh was found guilty in Dec. 22 2015, of one count of aggravated assault, two counts of criminal threat and one count of domestic battery, all involving an altercation on March ...


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