Miami-Dade Officer Gets Probation For Beating Daughter At School

A Miami-Dade police officer was sentenced to a year of probation Thursday, months after surveillance video captured him beating his teenage daughter at her school.

Raymond Rosario accepted a plea deal in the case and pleaded no contest to a child abuse charge. 

Police said Rosario showed up to Pinecrest Cove Preparatory Academy in March after he got a phone call from his daughter's teacher, who claimed the 14-year-old girl had been disrespectful. 

Authorities said Rosario went to the school and beat his daughter in the main office. At least two employees sat by and did not intervene during the incident. 

Rosario was ordered to stay away from his daughter after his arrest, and she has been living solely with her mother. 

Rosario was suspended from the police department after his arrest. 

A Miami-Dade police spokesman said he is currently on restricted duty. 

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