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Ohio State Highway Patrol officer pleads not guilty to domestic violence

Lt. Michael Sanders. Provided photo Lt. Michael Sanders. Provided photo
WILMINGTON, OH (FOX19) -

An Ohio State Highway Patrol officer appeared Monday in Clinton County Municipal Court and entered not guilty pleas on two counts of domestic violence.

A judge set bond at $1,400. A pre-trial hearing is scheduled for April 29.

Lt. Michael Sanders, commander of the highway patrol's Wilimington post, is not to have any contact with his ex-wife. He also has to turn in his weapons.

Sanders is currently on leave from the highway patrol. He posted bond and was released from the Clinton County jail. 

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