Former EMS chief turns himself in

Police say William J. Frederick turned himself in Friday night, after a warrant was issued for his arrest

October 17, 2010 4:44:15 PM PDT
The Garner Police Department says William J. Frederick; the former EMS chief turned himself into police on Friday night.Frederick is expected to be in court for his first appearance on Monday morning. Investigators say he posted a $2000 dollar bond and is no longer in jail.

Frederick turned himself in authorities after an arrest warrant was issued earlier in the day. He is charged with sexual battery.

The Garner Police Department says it issued the warrant after concluding its investigation into a sexual assault allegation that happened on September 1, 2010.

The incident allegedly happened in the former offices of the Garner EMS and Rescue Squad.

Frederick was employed as the Chief of Garner EMS and Rescue at the time of the incident. He resigned from his position as chief on Sept. 7.

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