Quincy police officer dismissed for sexual conduct with inmate

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By: Amy Robinson | WCTV Eyewitness News
July 31, 2017

QUINCY, Fla. (WCTV) -- A Quincy police officer who had been under investigation for inappropriate sexual conduct with a Gadsden County inmate has been dismissed.

Quincy Police Department's Investigations Captain Robert Mixson says the officer was initially placed on paid suspension as an investigation was conducted.

"At the conclusion of a formal investigation, the allegations into misconduct were sustained, which resulted in [the officer's] dismissal from the police department," Captain Mixson said.

The officer, who had been with the department for three months, was officially dismissed on Friday.

We've learned that the state attorney has decided not to pursue any criminal charges against the officer.

WCTV is choosing not to name the officer because he is not being charged.


By: Fletcher Keel | WCTV Eyewitness News
July 14, 2017

QUINCY, Fla. (WCTV) -- An officer with the Quincy Police Department is being investigated for inappropriate sexual conduct with a Gadsden County inmate.

The GCSO says the conduct occurred while the inmate was working outside of the jail as a part of the Trustee Program, a program that allows inmates to participate in employment opportunities while serving their sentences.

Gadsden County Sheriff Morris Young said, "Though this situation was an isolated incident, one event like this is too many."

Criminal actions in the investigation are pending and state attorneys are reviewing the case.

WCTV is choosing not to name the officer because he is not being charged at this time.



 
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