Friday, we reported on another police officer who was arrested for a sex crime.

After doing some digging to see just how common it is that people in authority who have trusted access to our children, such as police and teachers, commit sex crimes, we found that it’s not so uncommon. Over the past year there have been a couple dozen police officers arrested for sex offenses.

For the second phase of that investigation, we’re looking to see what happened to them…

Remember this guy… That guy was a TOTAL PREDATOR and no registration.

There are a couple dozen FL cops that got busted within the past year or so for sex offenses:
Aaron Woodford Barnes Police Sergeant Lake Wales FL
Bennie L. Wilson III Police Officer Ocala FL
Billy Chad Gibson Corrections Officer Milton FL
Brian Mcree Sheriff Deputy retired Jacksonville FL
Casey M. Ortiz Police Officer Cape Coral FL
David Ball Police Officer Okaloosa FL
David Kenneth Mudge Sheriff Deputy Bay County FL
David Rodriguez Sheriff Deputy Seminole County FL
Gregory Kazon Fields Jailer Jacksonville FL
Henry Arroyo Police Officer Key West FL
Holritch Rivette Sheriff Deputy Seminole County FL
James Edwards Police Sergeant Miami Dade FL
Jim Davis Police Officer Ormond Beach FL
John Padgett Corrections Officer FL
Joseph Keenan May Sheriff Deputy Manatee County FL
Joshua Smith Police Officer Oakland FL
Juan Cecchinelli School Resource Police Officer Miami- Dade FL
Juan Roman Police Officer Retired Miami FL
Kristopher Robin Butterfield Corrections Officer Lowell FL
Leon Brooks Sr Corrections Officer Jacksonville FL
Mark Gene Smith Sheriff Deputy Escambia FL
Mark Pronovost Corrections Officer Volusia County FL
Michael Stavris Police Officer Bunnell FL
Myron Pratt Police Officer Port St Lucie FL
Oldy Ochoa Jr. Police Detective Miami Beach FL
Ronald Queen Retired Deputy Sheriff Orange County FL
Ryan Pill Sheriff Deputy Corrections Officer Brevard County FL
Walter Michael Thomas Sheriff Deputy Escambia FL

If anyone has the time, check to see how many of them wound up registered.

Check the criminal case records in the counties in which they were arrested and see how many cases were dropped!

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