17-Year Old Girl Molested by KY State...

17-Year Old Girl Molested by KY State Trooper

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Bewildered

Covina, CA

#1 Aug 20, 2014
A 17-year old girl was stopped by a KY State Trooper this past weekend.

The child had been drinking and had other teenagers in the car.

Rather than to handle the scene appropriately, the trooper helped her arrange for friends to come and pick her up.

When the friends arrived, the trooper and the girl were 'making out'.

The girl has a history of trouble and abuse, but her mother is a county commissioner and her stepfather is a police officer (who nearly caused her death with his own handgun a few years ago. That incident was investigated by the state police, but by an officer who is a 'hometown boy' from the same county. Not surprisingly, no action was taken against her stepfather and the incident was brushed under the rug. The child was not helped at all, because it would have exposed her mother and stepfather.

That same trooper has now been assigned to investigate this most recent event of molestation of the girl by a state trooper.

The first and second events have never been reported in the news.

When the Courier Journal was contacted about shedding light on the corrupt investigations surrounding this girl, they said that it was not newsworthy.

A 17-year old girl and a 37 year old trooper making out on the side of the road is not newsworthy? I asked the reporter (yes I have his name but will not post it here at this time…..haven't decided how to handle it yet) if this had happened on the Gene Snyder, it would be newsworthy, right? He fully agreed that it would.

He said that the people of Louisville do not care what happens in other parts of the state and said that he would not report on it.

Is that true? Do the people of Louisville not care about other people outside of your city? I find that hard to believe, since I graduated from the University of Louisville and worked in Louisville for three years.

I always thought that the people there were very concerned about others.

Is that guy right? Do people in Louisville not care about abused girls and police cover-ups?

“Have no fear PappaSmurf's here”

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Since: Jun 11

Louisville, KY, USA, Earth

#2 Aug 20, 2014
This story is BS. Stop wasting our time! There is real shit in this world to deal with.
People of Kentucky

Covina, CA

#3 Aug 20, 2014
Nice try. It's a real story….the Kentucky State Police are investigating it today. Sounds crazy, yes but then again that's the point.

Assume that every word of the story is absolute truth (all statements are verifiable in district and family court in that county).

Assuming that the story is exactly true, do you care or are you one of the typical US American 'sheeple'?

Oh, and before you dismiss the story as true, please contact the Kentucky State Police and ask whether or not a report was filed. Incident happened in Livingston County, minor is from Marshall County, investigator is SGT Weaver.
jus sayin

Louisville, KY

#4 Aug 22, 2014
This is almost definitely an infraction of KSP regulationss but the age of consent in Kentucky is 16. There is no molestation or rape if she was 17 when this happened. Bad judgement absolutely but if he had had done this with her when he was off duty there would be little criminally that could be.done to him.
ur wrong

Antioch, TN

#6 Aug 23, 2014
jus sayin wrote:
This is almost definitely an infraction of KSP regulationss but the age of consent in Kentucky is 16. There is no molestation or rape if she was 17 when this happened. Bad judgement absolutely but if he had had done this with her when he was off duty there would be little criminally that could be.done to him.
Actually kentucky state law says that 16 is consenting age within 5 years!! Which means anyone over the age of 21 or 22 if the person is 17 cannot legally be with someone that young!!! Look it up and read it carefully if u think I'm wrong
jus sayin

United States

#7 Aug 23, 2014
Don't need to look it up. The law is anyone 21 years or older who has sexual intercourse with someone UNDER 16 years of age. Just Google KY rape 3rd degree.
ur wrong

Antioch, TN

#8 Aug 23, 2014
jus sayin wrote:
Don't need to look it up. The law is anyone 21 years or older who has sexual intercourse with someone UNDER 16 years of age. Just Google KY rape 3rd degree.
I know that but what I'm sayin is the age of the person has 2 be within 5 years once the other person that is 16 or 17.
jus sayin

United States

#9 Aug 23, 2014
ur wrong wrote:
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I know that but what I'm sayin is the age of the person has 2 be within 5 years once the other person that is 16 or 17.
It doesn't matter. The statute reads the offender must be twenty one or older and the victim must be UNDER 16. So anyone can have sex with a 16 year old and not commit a rape offense.
jus sayin

United States

#10 Aug 23, 2014
I shouldn't say anyone...there are special circumstances where it could still be rape. I'm speaking only of consensual sex where there is no special relationship.
Bewildered

Plymouth, MI

#11 Aug 26, 2014
PappaSmurf wrote:
This story is BS. Stop wasting our time! There is real shit in this world to deal with.
SO, Papa Smurf, if this story is BS and I'm wasting your time, then why did the Trooper (D. Crawford) resign over it?

State Troopers don't usually resign if they have nothing to hide…..they have plenty of people including the court system itself pulling for them and helping to cover things up….and they usually are successful in doing so and then keeping their jobs afterward.

Sometimes though, a trooper will get accused of something and then immediately resign, because he or she knows what comes next……and they will get fired anyway.

Sorry about the 'waste of your time' by reporting the truth……maybe you should have looked into it before dismissing it so quickly. It's people like YOU who help to cover things up.

In fact, you might even be Mr. Crawford……if so then my advice to you is to get a job where you have zero interaction with the public.
Facts

Midland, MI

#12 Aug 29, 2014
There really isn't a need to speculate about this in ANY way. The law is very clear and one only needs to consult the KRS to find out whether or not this officer, if the facts are as reported, is guilty of any crime. As it turns out, there is, clearly defined, a description of 'Sexual abuse in the first degree':

510.110 Sexual abuse in the first degree:

(d)
Being a person in a position of authority or position of special trust, as defined in KRS 532.045, he or she, regardless of his or her age, subjects a minor who is less than eighteen (18) years old, with whom he or she comes into contact as a result of that position, to sexual contact or engages in masturbation in the presence of the minor and knows or has reason to know the minor is present or engages in masturbation while using the Internet, telephone, or other electronic communication device while communicating with a minor who the person knows is less than sixteen (16) years old, and the minor can see or hear the person masturbate.

Trooper Crawford was a 'person in a position of authority or position of special trust according to KRS 532.045 (1)(b)

A state trooper who, during a routine traffic stop with a driver who is under 18, who then, while still on duty and during the course of that traffic stop engages said minor in any sexual or romantic activities, would certainly have a difficult time in defending him or herself against charges of violating the applicable statutes.

The law seems clear and his actions (as reported) are simply wrong. It seems to me that's the reason he resigned so quickly. There really aren't gray areas on this.
ur wrong

Antioch, TN

#13 Aug 29, 2014
Facts wrote:
There really isn't a need to speculate about this in ANY way. The law is very clear and one only needs to consult the KRS to find out whether or not this officer, if the facts are as reported, is guilty of any crime. As it turns out, there is, clearly defined, a description of 'Sexual abuse in the first degree':
510.110 Sexual abuse in the first degree:
(d)
Being a person in a position of authority or position of special trust, as defined in KRS 532.045, he or she, regardless of his or her age, subjects a minor who is less than eighteen (18) years old, with whom he or she comes into contact as a result of that position, to sexual contact or engages in masturbation in the presence of the minor and knows or has reason to know the minor is present or engages in masturbation while using the Internet, telephone, or other electronic communication device while communicating with a minor who the person knows is less than sixteen (16) years old, and the minor can see or hear the person masturbate.
Trooper Crawford was a 'person in a position of authority or position of special trust according to KRS 532.045 (1)(b)
A state trooper who, during a routine traffic stop with a driver who is under 18, who then, while still on duty and during the course of that traffic stop engages said minor in any sexual or romantic activities, would certainly have a difficult time in defending him or herself against charges of violating the applicable statutes.
The law seems clear and his actions (as reported) are simply wrong. It seems to me that's the reason he resigned so quickly. There really aren't gray areas on this.
Oh you're absolutely right there is no gray area, I was merely stating that it didnt matter if she of consenting age if somebody is more than 5 years older as long as they're under 18 its a crime.. and most definitely if that person is an authority figure it doesn't matter what age the person is its a crime!! I think we have both been arguing the same point just in a different way!! Lol sorry 4 any confusion on my part
Facts

Midland, MI

#14 Aug 29, 2014
ur wrong wrote:
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Oh you're absolutely right there is no gray area, I was merely stating that it didnt matter if she of consenting age if somebody is more than 5 years older as long as they're under 18 its a crime.. and most definitely if that person is an authority figure it doesn't matter what age the person is its a crime!! I think we have both been arguing the same point just in a different way!! Lol sorry 4 any confusion on my part
Indeed, we agree.

I am interested in the Kentucky State Police's position on the problem that they so obviously have among the rank and file. This is a problem that continues to repeat itself in Kentucky. State Troopers interacting inappropriately with underage girls.

What is the State doing about it? It's been a problem for years.
jus sayin

Memphis, TN

#15 Aug 29, 2014
ur wrong wrote:
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Oh you're absolutely right there is no gray area, I was merely stating that it didnt matter if she of consenting age if somebody is more than 5 years older as long as they're under 18 its a crime.. and most definitely if that person is an authority figure it doesn't matter what age the person is its a crime!! I think we have both been arguing the same point just in a different way!! Lol sorry 4 any confusion on my part
Your interpretation of the law is incorrect. She can be 16 and he can be 50 and there is no violation of a RAPE or SEXUAL ABUSE statute as long as, as pointed out above, he doesn't hold some position of authority. That's why I qualified my first comment by stating if he met her off duty, instead of on, no crime is.com mitted.
ur wrong

La Vergne, TN

#17 Aug 29, 2014
jus sayin wrote:
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Your interpretation of the law is incorrect. She can be 16 and he can be 50 and there is no violation of a RAPE or SEXUAL ABUSE statute as long as, as pointed out above, he doesn't hold some position of authority. That's why I qualified my first comment by stating if he met her off duty, instead of on, no crime is.com mitted.
If 2 ppl of those ages that u just named were 2 have sexual intercourse and the 16 year olds parents pressed charges, yes there is a crime there!! Believe me when I tell u I know first hand bc my brother was 24 and slept with a 16 year old and her parents fried his ass over it!! I know what I'm talking about, I'm not some ghetto ass punk or jailhouse lawyer!! Call any attorney (even me):-) and they will tell u the same thing!! I'm no longer gonna debate this with u, as it seems that you're one of those know it all's so have a pleasant weekend
Samanthan Ramsey

Louisville, KY

#18 Aug 30, 2014
Molester Oppressors... what do u think is going to happen? In Boone Co, they murdered a 19 year old girl b/c she didn't comply with the rapist's orders, and now she's dead. Slavery, or Rape... that's all Molester Oppressors give a fk about. KSP is more corrupt than KGB. Millions shelled out for nothing. We'd save so much tax dollars if we could purge the Nazis.
jus sayin

Memphis, TN

#19 Aug 31, 2014
ur wrong wrote:
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If 2 ppl of those ages that u just named were 2 have sexual intercourse and the 16 year olds parents pressed charges, yes there is a crime there!! Believe me when I tell u I know first hand bc my brother was 24 and slept with a 16 year old and her parents fried his ass over it!! I know what I'm talking about, I'm not some ghetto ass punk or jailhouse lawyer!! Call any attorney (even me):-) and they will tell u the same thing!! I'm no longer gonna debate this with u, as it seems that you're one of those know it all's so have a pleasant weekend
I never said a crime wouldn't be committed, I said it wouldn't be rape or sexual abuse (which are felonies). It could be some relatively minor things like sexual misconduct or maybe UTM 3rd. For an attorney (cough cough) you don't read very well.
ur wrong

Decatur, GA

#20 Aug 31, 2014
jus sayin wrote:
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I never said a crime wouldn't be committed, I said it wouldn't be rape or sexual abuse (which are felonies). It could be some relatively minor things like sexual misconduct or maybe UTM 3rd. For an attorney (cough cough) you don't read very well.
Actually (cough cough) your very last sentences state that if he had met her off duty there would be no crime committed so apparently I read just fine, you seem 2 have an issue remembering what you typed!! Of course ( please forgive my lack of bein an adult on this one) but you must have been coughing bc of the dick stuck in your throat and not paying attention!!
uncle granpa

Erin, TN

#21 Aug 31, 2014
yeehaw im movin to ky.
jus sayin

Louisville, KY

#23 Sep 2, 2014
ur wrong wrote:
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Actually (cough cough) your very last sentences state that if he had met her off duty there would be no crime committed so apparently I read just fine, you seem 2 have an issue remembering what you typed!! Of course ( please forgive my lack of bein an adult on this one) but you must have been coughing bc of the dick stuck in your throat and not paying attention!!
Actually, my very last sentence said very little could be done criminally if he had met her off duty which is factually and legally correct. This is what happens when you pretend to be an attorney but can't read or spell correctly. And when you resort to ad hominem attacks I know I've won the debate. Too bad you're not smart enough to realize that too!!

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