NY Times’ David Pogue and Wife Arrested in Domestic Dispute

Charged with disorderly conduct that 'turned physical'

The New York Times’ tech columnist David Pogue and his wife, Jennifer, were arrested Monday night at their Westport, Conn. home and charged with disorderly conduct “following a domestic dispute … that police said turned physical,” according to the Westport News.

Pogue and his wife appeared at Norwalk Superior Court Tuesday, and according to court files, “were issued partial protective orders prohibiting them from assaulting, harassing or stalking each other.” There are no further details so far about what, exactly, happened. The couple is scheduled to return to court June 22.

Coincidentally, Pogue, who is also a CBS news correspondent, happens to be speaking today at a conference benefiting the victims of domestic violence.

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