One Of Five Oakland Police Officers Charged In Sex Abuse Scandal Pleads Not Guilty To Charges
Four Oakland police officers had been fired following a nearly year-long investigation into a sex abuse scandal, City Administrator Sabrina Landreth said. Cheryl Hurd reported (Published Wednesday, Sep 7, 2016).
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One of five Oakland police officers charged in connection with a sexual misconduct scandal pleaded not guilty Friday. From, Jodi Hernandez report, published Friday, Sep 23, 2016).
Arraigned on charges of felony obstruction of justice and engaging in prostitution, Bunton was the first of his colleagues to appear in court.
Four Oakland police officers had been fired following a nearly year-long investigation into a sex abuse scandal, City Administrator Sabrina Landreth said. Cheryl Hurd reports (Published Wednesday, Sep 7, 2016).
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Gordon Anglesea: Former police chief guilty of child sex abuse
- Sourced from bbc.co.uk
- North East Wales
Gordon Anglesea, 79, from Old Colwyn, was convicted of one charge of indecent assault against one boy, and three indecent assaults against another.
He was also found not guilty of an alternative charge of a serious sexual assault, and granted bail until 4 November when he will be sentenced.
In 1994, Anglesea was awarded £375,000 in libel damages after media organisations ran stories about his links to abuse at children’s homes in north Wales.