ORO VALLEY, Ariz. — An Oro Valley town councilman has been indicted on
charges that he entered his estranged wife’s house with a knife and burglarized
The Arizona Daily Star reported Saturday that Brendan
Burns faces allegations in Pima County Superior Court of disorderly conduct and
According to the indictment, Burns is accused of recklessly displaying the
knife toward his wife and was arrested May 20.
Joel Feinman, Burns’ attorney, said his client will be vindicated.
Burns, an attorney, and his wife have divorce proceedings pending in court. The
couple shares three children.
In February, she was awarded a petition for injunction against harassment. In
court documents, she alleges Burns grabbed and shoved her. The order was later
A hearing in Burns’ felony case is scheduled for Aug. 11.
Information from: Arizona Daily Star, http://www.azstarnet.com