Tech writer David Pogue, wife, charged in Westport domestic dispute (updated)

“David Pogue, the New York Times technology columnist and CBS News correspondent, and his wife have been charged with disorderly conduct following a domestic dispute Monday at their Westport home that police said turned physical,” The Westport News reports.

“Pogue, 48, and his wife, Jenifer, 47, were issued the summonses following the incident at their home on Woody Lane about 10:30 p.m. Monday, police said. Few details of the incident were immediately available,” The Westport News reports. “They appeared on the charges Tuesday in Norwalk Superior Court.”

The Westport News reports, “Case files in court say that Pogue and his wife were issued partial protective orders prohibiting them from assaulting, harassing or stalking each other. They are scheduled to return to court June 22.”

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UPDATE: 4:24pm EDT: The Associated Press reports, “Wayne Keeney, Jennifer Pogue’s attorney, said the couple apparently had a ‘boisterous argument’ and the police were called. He said no one was injured. Mark Sherman, David Pogue’s attorney, said the arrests arose from a brief confrontation between the couple, who are divorcing. He said he expects his client to be cleared of the charge.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Amani” for the heads up.]

41 Comments

    1. erm, so are you one? And because you are one, you assert that Pogue is one, too?

      Otherwise I don’t get it. I’m not one so I couldn’t know one if he gave me a wedgie.

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