A former Aynor police officer pleaded guilty to charges related to two separate incidents involving him offering to void tickets for women after traffic stops if they exposed their breasts.
Stephen Grooms, 15th Circuit assistant solicitor, said Bradley Rex Jordan, pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of misconduct in office. He was ordered to pay a total of $500 in fines plus court costs, and to never again work in law enforcement, based on recommendations from prosecutors. Jordan had no prior criminal record, Grooms said.
Jordan was first charged related to an incident in May 2013 where he propositioned a woman to expose herself breasts to him to get out of a traffic ticket, Grooms said. He said the victim reported that incident to police and State Law Enforcement Division investigators began looking into the incident.
Investigators reviewed Jordan’s past voided tickets that involved women and found at least one other victim who had reported that a similar proposition was made to her in June 2012.
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