He appeared at the Indian River County Jail just after a judge issued a warrant for domestic violence battery, the sheriff's office said. John Cronenberg turned himself in Friday morning, according to the sheriff's office.
A sergeant with the Indian River County Sheriff's Office was fired Thursday after he was arrested in April on a warrant for domestic violence.
John Cronenberg was arrested April 27 after an investigation by the Sebastian Police Department.
Records indicated he was released on $500 bond and placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an internal affairs investigation.
Cronenberg was a 23-year veteran with the department and most recently worked on court security.
In a written statement on June 7, the sheriff's office said Cronenberg was terminated from the sheriff's office.