Concepcion Hernandez Garcia's Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit, which was filed Tuesday, alleges sexual harassment and whistleblower retaliation. The complaint seeks unspecified damages. The lawsuit states that Garcia started her training as a deputy in March at the East Los Angeles station.
The teen is identified only as Jane Doe in the Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit brought Monday, alleging sexual assault, battery, negligent hiring supervision and retention and civil rights violations. The suit seeks unspecified damages. The detective, Neil David Kimball, was sentenced Aug.
According to the incident report obtained by the news station, Slaton, a registered sex offender, met up with the victim at a Spinx gas station. During the meeting in his truck, the woman accuses Slaton of putting a knife to her throat and driving her to his home. Once there, Slaton allegedly sexually assaulted the woman and threatened to kill her.
A Minnesota corrections officer traded lunch from McDonald's for sexual favors from a female inmate he was transporting last month, according to charges filed Thursday. Randy A. Beehler, 53, of Foley, Minn. Under Minnesota law, inmates cannot legally give consent, largely due to the uneven power dynamic between officers and offenders.
A former Summit County sheriff's deputy accused of sexually assaulting a woman while working a side job is accusing the sheriff's office of discrimination for charging him with misuse of a law enforcement database. Antonio Williamson, who is African-American, claims other white deputies in the sheriff's office found to have committed the same offense weren't criminally prosecuted. Friedman said Williamson used the computer program to search his name, while other deputies were found to have accessed information on other people.
A law firm representing Ramsey in that suit confirmed the firing Wednesday. It's not clear why Ramsey was fired, but the law firm representing her told us indicted Sheriff Mike Blakely fired her on Tuesday. Ramsey will appeal the decision," said attorney Phil DeFatta.
Michael Everett Clark, 31, was arrested Friday on suspicion of false imprisonment, kidnapping, assault under the color of authority and two counts of sexual battery. He was arrested while on duty, booked into Kern County Jail, and was being interviewed by detectives Friday afternoon, officials said. KCSO detectives received information Oct.
Updated September 04, A former Queensland deputy principal indecently assaulted a teenager at a wake after the funeral of the girl's father in the s, a court has heard. Kenneth Ralph Ernst, 60, from the Sunshine Coast, faces 15 charges for allegedly indecently assaulting the teen over the span of six years.
A Minnesota corrections officer traded lunch from McDonald's for sexual favors from a female inmate he was transporting last month, according to charges filed Thursday. Randy A. Beehler, 53, of Foley, Minn.
Investigator Leslie Ramsey said Blakely fired her on Tuesday without providing a reason for the termination. The spokesman declined to comment on personnel matters. Blakely, Sloss, Limestone County and the county commission are named as defendants in the lawsuit, which alleges Ramsey was demoted and threatened with firing after reporting the assault. The defendants have denied the allegations in court filings.