Heather Locklear Pleads Not Guilty to Battery of Deputies - NBC Connecticut

Heather Locklear Pleads Not Guilty to Battery of Deputies

Authorities say Locklear kicked, pushed and shouted at deputies who were answering a report that she'd been violent with her boyfriend on Feb. 26

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    In this handout photo provided by the Ventura County Sheriffs Office, actress Heather Locklear is seen in a police booking photo after her arrest on charges of suspicion of domestic battery and assaulting a peace officer Feb. 25, 2018 in Ventura, California. Police were called to Locklear's Thousand Oaks home after reports of a domestic battery. Locklear was released after posting bail.

    Heather Locklear has pleaded not guilty to charges she attacked deputies who answered a domestic violence call at her Southern California home.

    Locklear's attorney entered the plea to four misdemeanor counts of battery on an officer in Ventura County Superior Court on Thursday. A pretrial hearing is scheduled June 7. Neither side had any comment after the arraignment.

    Authorities say Locklear kicked, pushed and shouted at deputies who were answering a report that she'd been violent with her boyfriend on Feb. 26. She was not charged with domestic violence.

    Defendants in misdemeanor cases generally don't have to appear in person if they are represented by an attorney.

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