Cheapskate Maryland Trooper Suspended Following Gun – Sex Deal with Hooker Gone Bad

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Cheapskate Maryland Trooper Suspended Following Gun – Sex Deal Gone Bad

FORT WASHINGTON, MD. — A Maryland State Trooper has been suspended without pay after he allegedly tried to up the menu on a hooker and did so at gunpoint instead of simply forking over more cash.

HOOKER PatrolThe Prince George’s County Police Department reports that on July 6, 2015, they charged a law enforcement officer in connection with a sexual offense. He’s 43-year-old Brian Tucker of Fort Washington. Tucker is a Maryland State Police trooper. He was off duty at the time of the offense.

On July 6, 2015, at about 2:00 am, a Prince George’s County Police Department officer was on patrol in the area of Rochell Avenue and Hazelwood Drive. The officer spotted an SUV parked in a cul-de-sac of a commercial area. As he went to investigate, the officer spotted Tucker and the victim outside of the SUV, standing on its passenger side. The woman alerted our officer Tucker had a gun. Tucker then identified himself to our officer as a Maryland State Police trooper.

 

Tucker is charged with first degree sex offense and a handgun charge. The gun in question is not the trooper’s duty weapon.

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