When you apply to become a police officer you have to have a pretty clean record. You are supposed to enforce the laws, not break them. One 21 year old in South Charleston, Tyler Price, went to the Charleston Police Department in West Virginia with the intention of becoming a police officer. However, he ended up not as a police officer but in handcuffs for sexual assault.
Apparently Sergeant A.R. Gordon was interviewing Price when he admitted to sexual assault. Sergeant A.R. Gordon brought up the subject of sexual encounters during an interview when Price told him about his own sexual encounter. Price said that he started partying and drinking one night which resulted in him having sex with a girl. He also told Sergeant A.R. Gordon that he had filmed the whole encounter. Apparently he still had photos and videos on his phone. He easily confessed to the assault.
However, it did not end there. Soon after, police contacted the woman in the video. She said that she had no idea that she was being videotaped. She also said that she had never consented to any sexual acts with Price. Price was immediately charged with second degree sexual assault. His bond was set at $25,500, where he is being held at the South Central Regional Jail in Charleston. Price could face up to 25 years in prison if convicted.
A woman posted a photo of Price being arrested with the following caption, "SCPD arrests Tyler Price for sexual assault. Price was applying to be cop when he admitted he had videoed the alleged encounter." People posted a multitude of comments on Daily Mail angered by the incident,
"Thank goodness the dumb idiot unwittingly confessed. Can you imagine the havoc he would wreak with a gun and a badge? Scary."
"Although he did not pass the third interview stage, the dude did succeed in getting a criminal behind bars, so there's that."
"Females will never be safe and that's the way it will always be for us unfortunately."
Source: Independent Journal Review
Photos: South Charleston Police Department