Kansas City, Missouri 2021-08-05 14:13:00 –
Basehor, Kansas (KCTV) – Leavenworth County Law Firm will not be prosecuted against Basehor police officers accused of sexual assault after reviewing evidence that it was determined that there was no reason to do so. Stated.
The Basehor police station was reportedly sexually assaulted in May this year. Police then asked the Kansas Department of Investigation to consider the matter. The department also put officers on vacation until KBI was able to complete their investigation.
KBI conducted its own investigation and handed over the results to the county law firm.
“The following is a summary of the facts based on that investigation and explanation that we have not been charged,” said a statement from the county law firm.
According to the release, Basehor police reported N. 141st St on May 5 due to domestic violence. Called to 4400 blocks. When the cops arrived, they talked to three people: the head of the household (the one who called 911), her daughter, and her daughter’s boyfriend.
“My daughter was screaming when they arrived,” the release said. “She was screaming at every party she attended, and when they arrived, it turned to a responding officer. She was emotional and aggressive throughout her contact with the police. Stayed in a state. The other two at home were calm and supportive throughout the encounter with the police. “
“My daughter’s actions and actions interfered with the police’s ability to obtain reports and information from callers and other witnesses,” he continues. “The officer made several attempts to calm her daughter, but failed to do so. To complete the investigation and reporting and to ensure the safety of everyone, one of the Basehor police officers said her daughter. Was temporarily detained. I put a handcuff on my daughter before she left the house. “
Release continues. “After leaving the dwelling, the daughter was resistant, seemed unrestrained, and began to swing her arms violently. From available videos and witness observations, Base Ho had problems with assault. The officer used only the force needed to completely handcuff her daughter, after which she was taken behind the police car until police completed the report and the investigation. The daughter was released on the scene after the officers had finished responding. “
“Following the response, the daughter filed a formal complaint against a police officer who detained her on suspicion of sexual assault,” said the release from the county law firm. “In order to charge someone with exacerbated sexual assault, the state needs a possible cause for a police officer to touch his daughter with the intention of arousing or satisfying his own sexual desires or the sexual desires of others. will do.”
The county law firm states that it has thoroughly reviewed all the evidence that KBI has given (multiple times). Evidence included witness reports from neighbors, doorbell footage, KBI interviews with daughters, parents, and all relevant officers. KBI tried to interview his boyfriend, but he refused.
After reviewing all this evidence, the county law firm said, “There is not enough evidence to show that a crime has occurred.”
“There is no evidence of improper contact,” said Todd Thompson’s office, a lawyer in Leavenworth County. “There is no evidence of sexual activity in nature. Some of the evidence obtained has shown evidence that contradicts the allegations made against police officers. After a thorough and thorough examination of the evidence, The office did not find a possible cause of the crime associated with this case. “
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