“Want to See My D***?” — School Cop Who Sexted Children Gets No Charges

Friday, July 14, 2017
By Paul Martin

A school resource officer in Florida lost his job over allegations that he was “sexting” with minors on Snapchat—but that appears to be the only punishment.

By Jack Burns
July 14, 2017

Hudson, FL — A career police officer, who spent nearly two decades in the line of duty in New York, is now one of the latest school resource officers to be fired for inappropriate relationships with children under his supervision.

Pasco County Sheriff’s Deputy Corporal Milton Arroyo was fired last week, after investigators said he used police computer systems to find personal information about individuals for his own personal reasons, and he broke police department policies involving social media and minors, with students at a local school.

Detectives said Arroyo was “dancing on that fine line” between what is legal and what is illegal, when it was discovered he had been propositioning minor schoolchildren for “sexting” on Snapchat.

For example, instead of asking a girl to show him her breasts—which would have been a felony—Arroyo reportedly asked her only to show him her bra. That simple distinction kept him from being charged with child sex crimes. Instead, he only lost his job.

Arroyo was the school resource officer for Fivay High School in Hudson, Florida. In April, a parent approached the school alleging an inappropriate social media relationship between Arroyo and her daughter. Here are just a few of the inappropriate comments investigators claim Arroyo made to students:

“Unzip her sweatshirt” “send a picture of her bra” “Why don’t you go into the bathroom and take a picture?” “How old of a guy would you date?” and “Wanna see my ‘d’?”

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