Thursday August 9th, 2012 informationliberation.com
Cop Detains Woman, Allegedly Takes Her To Dark Alley & Asks To See Her Breasts (InformationLiberation)
Juan Senabre, a six-year veteran police officer with the Homestead police in Florida, allegedly has a unique way of getting his jollies. After arresting a woman for having a suspended licence, he allegedly drove her to a dark alley, turned his lights off and allegedly told her, “I’m going to help you so you don’t go to jail," “Have you ever been with a crazy policeman?”

Via The Miami Herald:
Here’s what happened, according to city documents:

Zenaida Figueroa-Ortiz and her boyfriend parked on the side of Krome Terrace to eat some food they had just bought. While they were parked, Senabre drove by twice in his police car.

The couple decided to drive a short distance to a friend’s house, where Senabre stopped Figueroa-Ortiz as she stepped out of her car, telling her she had a suspended license.

Figueroa-Ortiz later told internal affairs investigators that Senabre told her she would be arrested, and put her in his police car. But he didn’t take her to the police station.

Instead, Figueroa-Ortiz claimed Senabre drove around the corner to a dark apartment complex, and turned off the car’s headlights.

“I’m going to help you so you don’t go to jail,” Senabre said, according to Figueroa-Ortiz’s statement.

Then, she told investigators, he asked, “Have you ever been with a crazy policeman?”

Figueroa-Ortiz told investigators she told Senabre she’s “not that type of girl,” and asked to be taken to jail. Senabre then asked to see the woman’s breasts, according to the internal affairs report.

When she refused, Senabre allegedly asked to see Figueroa-Ortiz’s bra. She still refused, and a car started coming toward where they were parked.

Senabre turned on his headlights and took Figueroa-Ortiz back to her friend’s home, telling Figueroa-Ortiz to meet him at court the next day to take care of her suspended license.
Although the cop was fired over this incident, he is taking his case to so-called "arbitration." Chances are he will be reinstated, with full back pay, and this whole incident will end up being nothing more than a paid vacation.
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