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K.C. Officer Allegedly Coerced Sex From Women

July 03, 2012  | 

A 13-year Kansas City Police officer will face corruption charges for allegedly having sex with two women in exchange for not arresting them.

Officer Jeffrey Holmes, 47, faces two felony counts of acceding to corruption for alleged acts on March 24 and April 13 at motels in south Kansas City.

Holmes has been suspended without pay, reports the Kansas City Star.


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robocop @ 7/4/2012 1:15 PM

If true then this Officer has committed a grievous wrong and dishonored his badge and blackened the eye of the KC Police Dept. He should be charged and made to serve the entire time of his sentence and his badge should be melted into a lump of metal and be placed in a case in the Squad room as a reminder and warning to others. No name attached to this lump of metal but the charges should be listed underneath.

vio @ 7/4/2012 5:24 PM

Don't let one bad apple ruin the reputation of all of the other brave men and women in the KC Police Dept. Let's make this clear, these were not innocent victims. Prostitutes are criminals and need to be treated like it. One even had marijuana in her room which should equal a long prison sentence. Seems like this cop was doing them a favor and they should be greatful instead of pressing false charges.

michael @ 7/4/2012 9:46 PM

What a piece of shit.............I hope he enjoys jail.

diane girgis @ 9/18/2012 7:15 PM

Officer??? Couldn't you find a date??? I'm ashamed of you for doing that..sometimes I hear women talk about flirting with officers vs a ticket!!! I am sad that our world has come to these ways of life for some people..but these Men and Women who serve us are truely the very best and I am always proud to smile at one of you out there on the road..thank you for all that you do for us....Diana

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