Cop hit on her as teen, woman says

Affair recounted in affidavit alleging sexual assault by former officer

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Not Freida Cook:  Am a relative. 

Not sure about Colorado law, but many states have have a statute of limitations on such crimes.  Coming some eleven years after the violation and most likely due to a break up in their consensual relationship, the victim is now going public. As far as the suspect goes, he deserves to be punished to the full extent of the law for violating his position of trust and taking advantage of a teen aged girl.  Moral of this story is people need to recognize that Cops are humans like everyone else and despite the strenuous screening process they are put through before being hired, a bad apple slips through every now and then. The vast majority of men and women wearing the badge are dedicated hard working professionals and nothing like this misfit.



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