Harris County Deputy Fired After Valentine’s Day Incident


HARRIS COUNTY, Ga. – A Harris County Sheriff’s deputy has been fired after a Valentine’s Day incident during a traffic stop. News 3 confirmed with Harris County Sheriff Mike Jolley that one of his deputies pulled over a woman for a speeding violation on Valentine’s Day.

Jolley says the deputy pulled the woman over again about 4-5 miles down the road. The deputy turned off his camera and it was then that oral sex was performed on the deputy. They both admit it happened.

The woman reported the incident was not consensual. The deputy says it was consensual.

The camera was turned off so at this time they’re unable to prove or disprove anything.

Sheriff Jolley had this to say about the incident:

“We don’t condone this, consensual or not. What took place was not appropriate.”

The deputy was terminated on the ground of conduct unbecoming of an officer and violation of policy – turning off the camera during the stop. The GBI has confirmed it is investigating this incident.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is currently conducting an audit of the past six months of traffic stops from this deputy. News 3 decided not to release the name of the deputy until he has been officially charged with a crime.

As of right now, charges haven’t been filed against the deputy.

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