A California highway patrol officer has been charged with two felonies, following allegations he stole explicit photos from the iPhones of women he was arresting. Officer Sean Harrington, who has since resigned, referred to his actions as an ongoing "game" between members of the police department, the San Jose Mercury News reports. See also: Cops can make you unlock your smartphone with fingerprint, says judge. The incidents only came to light after one woman noticed the messages sent from her phone to Harrington's on her iPad.
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Teacher Brittany Zamora student sex
A MARRIED teacher who had sex with her year-old student in front of his pal in a classroom may have been grooming more child victims. Brittany Zamora, 28, was arrested in March last year after her victim's horrified parents found she had bombarded him with x-rated messages. The sixth grade teacher romped with the teen for months at an Arizona elementary school where she worked. A recently viewed police report, seen by The Arizona Republic , alleges Zamora was also inappropriate with other kids in the class. Las Brisas Academy Principal Timothy Dickey interviewed students when the allegations emerged and notes from those conversations were included in the police report. One student said Zamora was too close to the kids in their class, saying she attended another student's singing competitions and football games outside of school. The mother of a male friend of the victim told police Zamora promised to send her son naked pictures over the summer.
Teacher Brittany Zamora, 28, who had sex with student, 13, was ‘grooming other kids with nude pics’
During the investigation, Harrington admitted to stealing indecent photos off of a DUI suspect in August, according to a search warrant affidavit cited by Inside Bay Area News. Worse, he reportedly says he's done it "a half a dozen times in the last several years" and that it's a "game" he and other officers play. Harrington reportedly told police he learned the steal-nude-selfies "game" while he was working in Los Angeles at another department.
Mr Magic. Fans claim they saw the superstar dashing out of the O2 arena in a blackout Jaguar with red and blue flashing lights from its dashboard. Initially they said they thought it was an unmarked police car as it sped off into the night — only to see Madonna through the front of the car. The offence of installing flashing lights on vehicles and using them on public roads can lead to up to six months behind bars. According to The Sun a source close to the Met Police claim the Jaguar in question is not one of their vehicles, adding non-marked cars had lights built into their bonnet grille.