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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Cop Suspended After Being Accused of Rape While On Duty

Cop suspended after being accused of rape
Fox5SanDiego - February 7, 2011

EL CAJON, Calif. -- A San Diego police officer was on compulsory unpaid leave Monday as detectives investigated a woman's accusation that he raped her at an East County home. "The El Cajon Police Department notified us on Thursday that they were investigating a case," said San Diego Police Chief William Lansdowne. "It was my decision to place that officer on unpaid administrative leave and remove his police powers by taking away his badge and his weapon." Late last Wednesday, a woman being treated at a hospital told a physician that the officer and a woman had sexually assaulted her at a residence in El Cajon earlier that evening, and medical staffers then notified the police, El Cajon Police Department Lt. Mark Coit said. There have been no arrests in the case, according to Coit. "If the person is in law enforcement and he's been listed as a suspect, he's gonna be treated the same as we would any other investigation," Coit said. The officer, who was off duty at the time of the alleged assault, has not been named. The alleged assailants and victim are acquaintances, the lieutenant said.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wow!! Perhaps, another police officer has been "accused" in a "sexual" assault...and...with another about violence and crime under the "Color of Authority"....I'm sure he and the other woman didn't mean to harm the other female...Because, that would mean a FELONY has been committed....Double Standard!!!Nuff Said.......