ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. — The Missouri Attorney General and the Missouri State Highway Patrol have closed their investigation of St. Charles County Prosecutor Tim Lohmar.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt's office made the announcement Thursday, a little more than a week after the investigation was first reported.

“We worked with the Missouri State Highway Patrol to thoroughly investigate this matter," the release from the AG's office said. "Out of deference to the victim’s wishes, we will be closing this matter.” 

According to Lohmar's attorney, Travis Noble, the allegation involved Lohmar's former girlfriend Erin Burlison. Burlison is also a judge in St Charles County. She replaced Lohmar as associate circuit judge in 2013. Noble said the two dated for about four years but ended their relationship earlier this year.

Since January, O'Fallon police have been called to Burlison's home twice.
The I-Team gathered documents on two separate incidents.

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