Fulcher was reportedly intoxicated when he arrived at the home of friends where his wife, Kimberlee Fulcher, was staying, after taking their children and leaving the home she shared with the officer. Fulcher banged on windows and yelled for his wife and children to come out, but they ignored his demands.
When the homeowner went outside to confront the crazed cop and ask him to leave her property, the officer reportedly placed his hand on his holstered weapon.
The woman’s boyfriend then went and confronted him in an attempt to get him to leave, and they say that is when the officer pulled out a pistol and aimed it at his wife’s vehicle, threatening to shoot it if she did not go home with him, according to the arrest affidavit.
The day after the incident, Fulcher began sending text messages threatening to return and assault them. The out-of-control officer also sent photographs of items he had set on fire in their backyard, warning them, “I know she is still there, let her know the chairs, TV’s and entertainment center are all coming up next.”
His wife filed a formal complaint against Fulcher on Tuesday and he was charged with two counts of aggravated assault. He is currently being held in jail in lieu of $50,000 bond. The Memphis Police Department has placed him on paid administrative leave.