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The 46-year-old policeman on the run is thrown out of the group


The 46-year-old policeman on the run is thrown out of the troops after fleeing to France to avoid the charges

  • Louise Fielden, 46, was charged with assault
  • She did not appear at the Basildon Magistrates' Court and issued an arrest warrant
  • Fielden was accused of leaving the 14-month-old son behind in the New York hotel room in 2016

A police officer who was on the run after being charged with assault was kicked out of the force.

A European arrest warrant has been issued for Louise Fielden from Essex, who is believed to be hiding in France.

46-year-old Fielden has been charged with assault and should attend the Basildon Magistrates & # 39; Court on August 30 last year.

When she did not appear in court, an arrest warrant was issued against the Metropolitan Police Officer.

A European arrest warrant has been issued for Louise Fielden (photo) from Essex, who is believed to be hiding in France, to avoid bodily harm charges

She is also said not to appear in court and is accused of assaulting a man in January 2017, the Southend Standard reported.

After she did not attend a hearing, her manager issued a lawful order to submit herself, but she did not.

Fielden is still in demand and earlier this month the Metropolitan Police held a hearing for gross misconduct in its absence.

The panel heard Fielden print confidential documents that she was not allowed to copy and denied having them when she was challenged in October 2016.

Pictured: Fielden's son Samuel

Pictured: Fielden's son Samuel

Fielden hit the headlines in 2016 when she was accused of leaving her then 14-month-old son Samuel (left and right) unattended in a New York hotel

The misconduct hearing ended on Monday, December 9, with all identified matters, and Fielden did not attend.

The former policewoman made headlines in 2016 when she was accused of leaving her then 14-month-old son Samuel unattended in a New York hotel.

The mother was arrested at a Manhattan hotel and accused of jeopardizing a child's well-being and opposing the arrest.

She was accused of leaving the baby alone in her room and then leaving it in the lobby while going into a kitchen for breakfast.

The child was initially taken into foster families, but was later reunited with his mother. The charges against her were withdrawn later that same year.

Fielden is said to have tried to sue New York State for £ 30m after the hotel incident.

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