A Chaffee, police officer was jailed, then fired over a charge he violated a protection order for a Chaffee councilwoman who is his wife and is divorcing him. Reports from the Standard Democrat say that 41-year-old Timothy Warner, was arrested July 10 after being accused of violating a protection order and could face other charges, including driving while intoxicated and damaging property. Scott County sheriff’s deputy Stephen Pind wrote Warner’s arrest came after his wife reported at 4:50 p.m. July 10 he “had made statements over the phone that he was going to harm himself. On July 11, the Scott County prosecutor’s office filed a charge of violating an order of protection. The Class A misdemeanor carries a maximum fine of $2,000 and/or one year in jail. On Wednesday, Warner pleaded not guilty in Scott County Circuit Court. Judge Scott Homan released him on his personal recognizance. The judge ordered Warner to have no contact with his wife and to not consume alcohol. Warner is scheduled to return to court Aug. 15.