Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner

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Chelsa Wagner's Husband Found Not Guilty In March Hotel Incident

Wagner's trial starts in November

July 15, 2019 - 4:59 pm

Related: County Controller Wagner To Stand Trial For Resisting And Obstructing Police

PITTSBURGH (News Radio 1020 KDKA) – Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner’s husband Khari Mosley has been found not guilty in Michigan of Disorderly Conduct and Disturbing the Peace after an altercation that happened with Detroit police at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel in March

Wagner and her husband attended a concert and checked into a hotel where Wagner went to bed and her husband remained downstairs.

Hours later, police brought Wagner's husband to the room in handcuffs and there was a confrontation.

Police believe Mosley was under the influence of alcohol at the time.

“The officers grab her and shove her out of the elevator and she falls to the ground and she’s hurt,” Wagner's attorney Heather Heidelbaugh told Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell on KDKA Radio after the incident.

Police have a different version, saying Wagner grabbed an officer’s jacket and he pushed her off him.

They also say Wagner’s husband was under the influence of alcohol.

Next, Wagner is scheduled for trial on charges of felony Resisting and Obstructing the Police, and misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct in November.

The trial will take place in Wayne County, Michigan.

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