Former Arkansas police officer accused of on-duty rape

Former Arkansas police officer accused of on-duty rape and sexual assault

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Jamison Stiles, former Fayetteville  Police Department officer. Courtesy of KNWA. Jamison Stiles, former Fayetteville Police Department officer. Courtesy of KNWA.

A former police officer in northwest Arkansas has been arrested after he was accused of rape and sexual assault all while on duty.

According to KNWA, former Fayetteville Police Department officer Jamison Stiles was arrested on charges of burglary, 2nd degree sexual assault, and rape on Dec. 20.

KNWA reports that Stiles was employed with the police department for approximately three years.

The allegations against Stiles date back to Oct. 2013 when a woman says she woke up to a uniformed police officer in her bedroom standing over her. The victim says the officer pulled down her covers and grabbed her breast.

After a police investigation, it was uncovered that Stiles had arrested the victim, who was intoxicated, earlier in the evening. Stiles instead opted to take the victim home prior to the alleged assault.

Stiles was fired from the police department following the first investigation. After he was removed from the force, a former dispatcher at the department claimed she was sexually assaulted while off-duty by Stiles.

According to a affidavit on the allegations, Stiles used police records to find the dispatchers name and address. He then showed up at the dispatchers home in his marked patrol car.

While at the home, Stiles allegedly went through the victims private photos on her phone. As the victim attempted to go in the residence Stiles allegedly grabbed her and stuck his hands down her shorts and under her panties.

Stiles' attorney was contacted on Dec. 20 and was requested to have Stiles surrender himself at the Washington County Detention Center. Stiles was booked into the jail and later posted a $50,000 bond Dec. 21.

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