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Sex Scandal Engulfs Florida Police Department

Investigators detailed allegations of forced sex, sexual harassment and consensual sex but said any criminal allegations couldn't be proven, according to the report and a letter by State Attorney Jerry Hill, which he hand-delivered Tuesday to LPD Chief Lisa Womack.

Investigators detailed allegations of forced sex, sexual harassment and consensual sex but said any criminal allegations couldn't be proven, according to the report and a letter by State Attorney Jerry Hill, which he hand-delivered Tuesday to LPD Chief Lisa Womack.

The report said seven of the officers accused admitted to sexual wrongdoing — from having sex to taking and sharing pictures of sex organs — during sworn statements with investigators from the State Attorney's Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

(H/T Mensan)

Source: The Ledger. Read full article. (link)

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  • Jayburd||

    "seven officers accused admitted" "criminal allegations couldn't be proven". Put Inspector Clouseau on it!

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