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MCPD Officer Charged with Assaulting Boyfriend with Baton and Taser, Victim Wants Charges Dropped

(HOUSTON) – A Missouri City police officer has been charged with continuous family violence after allegedly beating her boyfriend with her police baton, using her taser on him and punching him in the mouth. Robin Williams, who is running for mayor in the City of Houston, was arrested and has posted $15,000 bond.

Photo from Robin Williams’ Houston mayoral campaign website

Her boyfriend has now recanted his allegations despite alleged video evidence of one of the assaults.


On Dec. 31, 2022, Harris County Precinct 7 Constable’s Office deputies were called to a home in the 1400 block of Bonham Oaks Lane in Houston. According to court documents, both Williams and the victim live at the home. Deputies met with the victim who told police that Williams punched him in the mouth, causing him to bleed, after he arrived home early in the morning and they got into a verbal fight.


Court documents say the victim then showed deputies a video taken Aug. 4, 2022, showing Williams in a Missouri City Police Department T-shirt, “yelling at him and using an ASP Baton to strike him multiple times.” The victim told police that the Aug. 4 incident occurred at the same residence. The video allegedly shows Williams striking the victim several times in the body and legs with the baton while he recorded her on his phone. He also told deputies that she used her department taser on him during another altercation in August.


Williams’ bond conditions require her to have no contact with her boyfriend and she cannot possess any firearms or ammunition.


On Jan. 12, a Harris County assistant district attorney filed a Brady vs. Maryland Disclosure, which states that on Jan. 11 the victim informed the ADA that he “fabricated” information and details and that Williams never hit him with her baton, he never felt pain, and he wants the charges dropped.

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