A Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer charged with sexually assaulting two women in his patrol car had previously been accused of domestic violence, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Marcus Ramon Jackson, 25, was arrested Wednesday, after two young women told investigators he pulled them over on traffic stops and forced them to engage in sex acts with him.
Jackson has been fired by the department.
Two ex-girlfriends had obtained restraining orders against him, and a judge in 2005 ordered that he not be allowed to carry a firearm. He was hired by the department in 2008.
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