Boulder principal pleads guilty to property crime
BOULDER — A Boulder High School principal arrested on suspicion of domestic violence, child abuse and criminal mischief following a dispute with his wife has pleaded guilty to tampering with property.
According to the Boulder Daily Camera, Kevin Braney returns to work Tuesday after he was placed on leave following his arrest.
Police say they were called to a Boulder home last month after Braney’s wife Andrea said he began destroying property involved in their divorce case. Police say Braney was charged with child abuse for allowing a child to witness the violence.
Braney told police he did not yell at his wife or touch her, though they did have stern words about finances.