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Morrow Incident Investigators to be Determined

We'll likely find out Monday who will be investigating the incident at the Bryan police chief's home.

Ty Morrow temporarily stepped down so authorities could look into a disturbance at his home last weekend.

Police reports show Morrow handcuffed his wife after what Morrow described as a physical argument.

County attorney Rod Anderson and Bryan officials will decide who will conduct the investigation. Sunday, Anderson told News 3 they are trying for an agency outside of Brazos County.


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