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

  • The preliminary investigation reveals Tucker and the victim had agreed to engage in a sex act in exchange for money. During that encounter, the woman says Tucker forced her at gunpoint to engage in an additional sex act against her will.

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.

  • The preliminary investigation reveals Tucker and the victim had agreed to engage in a sex act in exchange for money. During that encounter, the woman says Tucker forced her at gunpoint to engage in an additional sex act against her will.

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