A former Orlando police officer accused of raping a woman while on duty has formally entered a not-guilty plea in Orange County Circuit Court.
Records show defense attorney Robert Nesmith entered a written plea on behalf of his client, Roderick Johnson, who is accused of raping a 22-year-old woman at a police substation on Oct. 16.
Johnson arrested the woman after he learned the car she was driving was reported stolen.
The woman said Johnson took her to a substation on Orange Center Boulevard, had unprotected sex with her on a desk, and gave her $40 before taking her to jail.
Source: Orlando Sentinel. Read full article. (link)