Man Admits To Heinous Crime In Police Job Interview, Stunned When They Cuff Him

During an interview, it’s natural to slip up and say things that you end up regretting and interviewing for a position in the police force is a particularly stressful experience. In early 2017, a 21 year old, named Tyler Price destroyed any chance he ever had at joining the South Charleston Police Department, West Virginia. On 8 February, 2017, the hopeful young man was interviewed at the South Charleston Police Station after passing the initial application process. Allegedly, Mr. Price’s interview performance was relatively mediocre and tedious but when the interviewer began asking Mr. Price about his background, things took a disturbing turn.

While the specifics of the interview remain confidential, it is believed that Mr. Price willingly told the interviewer, Sergeant A.R. Gordon, about how a recent night of partying and drinking had led to him having sexual relations with a girl. Mr. Price animatedly followed on to say that he had not only had sex with the unnamed girl but had also filmed the act without her knowledge and had the video on his phone. Sergeant Gordon was infuriated by Mr. Price’s oblivious nonchalance and hastily arrested the disturbed man. Mr. Price was reportedly confused by Sergeant Gordon’s reaction to his confession. However, Mr. Price’s arrest was not the end of the story, on 23 February, police tracked down the woman he had slept with. In a horrifying turn of events, she revealed to police officers that the sex between herself and Mr. Price was not consensual.

As a result of his own ignorant confession, Mr. Price has been charged with second degree sexual assault. For his crimes, the once hopeful police officer may spend up to 25 years in jail. Mr. Price is currently being detained at South Central Regional Jail, Charleston. The story has received thousands of views across online news outlets with many commenters voicing their outrage and astonishment that the rapist had managed to get to a police interview stage at all without some form of background checking.

Source: Independent Journal Review
Photo: South Charleston Police Dept

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