A 40-year-old man who beat up his 12-year-old daughter and assaulted three police officers has been sentenced to probation.

The 12th Criminal Division of the Incheon District Court (Chief Judge Kim Sang-woo) sentenced a 43-year-old man A, who was charged with obstruction of business performance under the Act on Special Cases concerning the Punishment of Child Abuse Crimes, to 2 years and 6 months in prison and 4 years of probation. day) said.

The court also ordered A to take a 40-hour child abuse prevention lecture and restricted him from working in child-related organizations for three years.

At 0:20 a.m. on February 4, last year, at her home in Jung-gu, Incheon, Mr. A was charged with abusing his 12-year-old daughter, B, by grabbing her by the hair, knocking her to the floor and slaps on the cheek.

He swung his fists 20 minutes later when police officers who rushed to the scene after receiving a report from his wife that "my husband is assaulting me" tried to arrest him as a current criminal.

One in three police officers who were assaulted suffered serious injuries over six weeks before falling to the floor and breaking a rib.

The court said, "The accused physically abused his daughter, such as hitting the victim's cheek, and also assaulted the police officers who were dispatched after receiving the report."

However, the court explained the reason for the sentencing, saying, "The accused admits to all the crimes and is reflecting, and the victim did not want the accused to be punished by the investigative agency."