Trooper who performed roadside body cavity searches indicted on two counts of sexual assault, two counts official oppressionDallas News
Mar. 26, 2013
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A Dallas County grand jury Monday indicted a former Texas Department of Public Safety trooper who performed body cavity searches of two women on the side of the road using the same latex glove.
Kelly Helleson was indicted on two charges of sexual assault and two charges of official oppression.