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University Fires Officer Who Sold Sex Toys On Duty

December 28, 2011  | 

A judge upheld the decision of North Carolina Central University officials to fire a campus police officer who sold sex toys out of his patrol car while on duty.

Lt. Michael Shaw lost his job last August after it was discovered that he sold sex toys to the officers he supervised, reports the Bellingham Herald. Shaw had also been reprimanded in the past for causing an automobile accident on campus, conducting an illegal search, failing to contact the campus counseling service after a student attempted suicide and failing to receive firearm certification.

Shaw's supervisors learned he was selling the sex toys after he sent an e-mail to officers about a product called "Magic Power Coffee" that was supposed to "improve overall sexual experience."


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Thor69 @ 12/28/2011 2:33 PM

And exactly how did this guy make Lt.?????

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