- My age:
- I'm 27 years old
- What is my sex:
- Favourite drink:
- My hobbies:
- Looking after pets
The Associated Press. The city of Wilmington and its police chief are also being sued. The News Journal reported Friday that the lawsuit was filed by the woman who had made the accusations.
Former Wilmington police Cpl. Thomas Oliver Jr. But he does deny that he knew the woman was wanted on a misdemeanor assault charge. He denies that he used his position to force her into the act and he denies that he threw her out of his car after the encounter.
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On Monday, the fifth day of his trial on rape, extortion and related chargesOliver told the jury in his own words what occurred on Oct. Saying he was "scared and nervous" to testify, Oliver said his accuser first came on to him hours before the sex act. There, he said he didn't find any fight, but remained parked on 10th Street in case those who were arguing came back. That's when the woman approached his driver's side window, Oliver said. I was like, 'You don't see no ring on this finger;' I was just flirting back. For about 10 minutes, Oliver said he spoke with the woman, at times flirting, at times talking about her life.
There was no discussion about her being wanted, though, Oliver said. Finally, the woman gave Oliver a proposition, he said: Come back to her home, where she lived with her grandkids, after he finished work.
After that initial contact, Oliver said he drove away and continued his "normal routine," which ultimately brought him back to 10th Street, near Bennett Street, around 6 p. She wanted to take care of me really quickly — it was, 'Come on, let me just take care of you really quickly.
As he drove towards the Riverfront, he began unbuckling his duty belt and unbuttoning his pants, he said. Then, while he drove, the woman performed oral sex.
Once he finished — Oliver admitted to ejaculating in the woman's mouth, which prosecutors ly said a swab test showed — he said he offered her water and napkins he had in his glove box. Prosecutors argue that Oliver told the woman to "get the f out of his vehicle," which he denied Monday.
Deputy Attorney General Sonia Augusthy, who cross-examined Oliver Monday morning, grilled the former officer about his remorseful testimony. Though Oliver generally remained calm, when Augusthy claimed he told the woman to get out of his patrol car following the oral sex, he became slightly frustrated while responding "No. Later, when Augusthy asked Oliver "You didn't think that she would report you to your own police department, did you?
Both the prosecution and defense presented closing arguments Monday afternoon, in which the jury heard the same arguments made throughout trial: prosecutors said the oral sex was extortion, while Oliver and his defense team argued it was consensual. The jury began deliberating at about p. They will deliberation Tuesday morning.
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