“You Don’t Have To Go To Jail If You Do What I Tell You To Do”
DALLAS, TX – A Dallas police officer was arrested after he allegedly pulled a woman over and demanded she perform sex acts on him in exchange for avoiding jail. Officer La’Cori Johnson resigned from the force after being accused of pulling a woman over, telling her she had a warrant and then asking her friend to leave the location of the stop so he could take advantage of her sexually.
According to the affidavit, Officer Johnson asked why the woman was crying and said to her: “You don’t have to go to jail if you do what I tell you to do.” The affidavit then states that the officer drove his patrol car to a dead-end lane, parked, came to the back seat with the woman, removed his gun belt and pulled down his pants. The woman was then directed to perform oral sex on the officer, which she complied to for fear of going to jail.
After the incident, the woman was dropped off and walked home where she then reported what happened to her mother. She then notified the police and Officer Johnson was immediately placed on administrative leave. A criminal investigation was initiated and an Internal Affairs inquiry began on January 24th of this year. The inquiry led to Johnson being arrested and booked into the Dallas County Jail on a $25,000 bond with a charge of a 2nd degree felony sexual assault.