Nude Photos of Ore. Officer Appear Online
December 06, 2012
Albany (Ore.) PD's Anthony Rose. Photo courtesy of TheDirty.com.
An Albany (Ore.) Police officer remains on the job, even though nude photos that showed his badge appeared on a gossip website.
Officer Anthony Rose sent the photos to a love interest in 2010, while on duty, an agency spokesman told KIMA. The photos were eventually posted to TheDirty.com.
The department said that Rose didn't break any laws by sending the photos to his then girlfriend, but he had violated the department's conduct code. Carter said Rose was disciplined in-house.
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Jon @ 12/6/2012 7:15 PM
He sent them to the girl he was cheating on his pregnant fiance with. Also there were more photos in uniform, in a patrol car, which he took a minute or two after a traffic stop. He is a disgrace.
charlie n @ 12/10/2012 8:00 PM
Jon these are some serious accusations. I hope you know them as fact! It's bad enough this obvious "scorned lover" is throwing enough manure his way hopefully you're doing it with facts and not scorn as well.
Nikki @ 12/11/2012 4:22 AM
He's cute... I kind of want to see them myself...
Ima Leprechaun @ 12/11/2012 3:26 PM
Cops are only human they are just as sexually depraved and frustrated as anyone else. Law Enforcement officers have to learn that any air wave media is not protected speech or secure communications. Do something dumb via a cell phone or the social internet media and you are screwing yourself. You may as well go to the center of town and do it naked for all the privay you have on a cell phone or the internet. They never listen.
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