Officer to lose job, lifetime health benefits
Mark L. Feldhousen was found guilty of assaulting his girlfriend last November
By Thomas J. Prohaska
LOCKPORT — Mark L. Feldhousen, a suspended Niagara Falls policeman, apparently lost his job and his right to lifetime city-paid medical insurance after he was found guilty Tuesday of assaulting his girlfriend in her home Nov. 12.
After four hours of deliberation, a Niagara County Court jury of ruled Feldhousen, 59, was guilty of third-degree assault, a misdemeanor, but not guilty of second-degree assault, a felony.
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