Cop Suspended for Allegedly Kidnapping and Raping 15yo Girl for Hours, Stalking Her at the Hospital

Tuesday, August 21, 2018
By Paul Martin

A police officer has been suspended after allegedly kidnapping a child for being out past curfew, raping her, and then stalking her at the hospital.

By Matt Agorist
August 21, 2018

Atlanta, GA — A disturbing case of police sexual misconduct has been reported out of Georgia this week involving the alleged kidnapping of a 15-year-old girl, her sexual assault which lasted for hours, and stalking and intimidation at the hospital after the girl sought treatment for the injuries sustained during the abuse.

According to Thomas Reynolds, an attorney for the family, the cop stalked the 15-year-old girl after her and her friends left a Waffle House. Reynolds said the group of teens then stopped at Sykes Park in East Point.

When the cop approached the group, he told the three friends with the girl to leave while keeping her, according to Reynolds. The cop said he was detaining the girl because she was out after curfew.

According to the attorney, the officer then took the young girl to the Village Highlands apartment complex and sexually assaulted her for hours. Before he finally brought the girl home, the officer had kept her for a total three hours, according to Reynolds.

“She just broke down and was crying,” the girl’s mother told Channel 2 Investigative Reporter Mark Winne.

Disturbingly enough, after the officer allegedly raped the 15-year-old girl, she went to the hospital to be checked out for injuries sustained during the abuse. As she and her mother were seeing the doctor, according to Reynolds, the cop showed up and stalked them.

The officer’s presence was apparently so disturbing that he had to be escorted from the hospital premises by the staff, according to Reynolds.

As WSB-TV reports, East Point Police Chief Tommy Gardner told Channel 2 Action News that his department received a complaint of sexual misconduct against one of its officers, and that officer was immediately placed on administrative leave with pay.

According to the report, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been called in to investigate the claims.

While this officer is certainly innocent until proven guilty, the idea that a police officer would kidnap and rape a 15-year-old girl while on duty is not far-fetched.

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