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Indiana University Cop Allegedly Forced Motorist To Perform Sex Act

May 26, 2011  | 

A police officer from Wayne State University has been charged with criminal sexual conduct for allegedly forcing a woman to perform a sex act following a traffic stop.

Officer Gregory A. Gladden has been suspended without pay, according to the Daily Reporter. A university spokeswoman said in an e-mail that the campus police department was cooperating with city police in regards to the investigation.

Gladden allegedly pulled the woman over and transported her in his police car to a building, the Detroit Free Press reports. Once inside the building, he reportedly used his authority to force her to perform a sex act.

In addition to the felony sexual conduct charge, Gladden faces a charge of misconduct in office.

Source: Detroit Free-Press


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