A former Glendale police sergeant has pleaded no contest to domestic-violence assault.
Brent Thomas, 43, was arrested in April after he allegedly assaulted his live-in girlfriend in Oregon and fled.
Lincoln City police found dozens of loaded firearms in Thomas' home, which were not there when they returned to search the house.
Thomas was barred from possessing weapons because of an order of protection filed by his estranged wife in Arizona.
Thomas, a 14-year Glendale officer, resigned from the Police Department last November amid an investigation sparked by an anonymous report he had abused his wife.
The couple were in the midst of a divorce when the allegations surfaced. Thomas' wife said he had abused her for years and shared pictures of her injuries.
The Maricopa County Attorney's Office decided in February that it would not file charges against Thomas.
Thomas, a former Glendale SWAT officer, later moved to Oregon.
On April 10, police responded to Thomas' new home to find his 27-year-old girlfriend's face covered in blood and her eyes swollen, according to Lincoln County Circuit Court records.
Thomas was held without bond in the county jail on suspicion of three counts of felony assault and misdemeanor counts of domestic-violence assault, menacing, strangulation and harassment. He also faced 71 misdemeanor counts of continuing to possess weapons.
Last Tuesday, Thomas agreed to enter a no-contest plea for misdemeanor assault as part of an agreement with prosecutors. All other charges were dropped and Thomas has since been released from jail.
Court records show the former officer was ordered to complete a batterer's intervention program, undergo an alcohol evaluation and to return his firearms to his estranged wife in Arizona.
He will also be required to return police uniform patches seized during the investigation to the Glendale Police Department and to pay more than $11,000 in fines, according to records.
Last month, Thomas agreed to permanently surrender his certification to serve as an Arizona police officer.