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San Diego Police Officer Resigns After Being Locked In Cruiser With A Woman


In a shocking incident, San Diego Police Officer Anthony Hair has resigned after being found locked in the backseat of his police cruiser with a woman he had arrested. The woman was detained on suspicion of car theft.

During the drive to police headquarters, the woman was recorded making suggestive comments to Hair.

In response, Officer Hair turned down a residential street and switched off both his car and bodycam. After about 20 minutes, he called a fellow officer, requesting a master key to open the back door, explaining that he had accidentally locked himself in.

When the assisting officer arrived, he found Hair and the woman together in the back seat. Hair claimed he was “checking” on the woman and that the door had locked accidentally. However, an investigation revealed traces of semen on Hair’s belt. Following this revelation, Hair resigned from the police force.

This incident has raised serious concerns about the misuse of taxpayer dollars and the effectiveness of body cameras, particularly when officers turn them off to avoid accountability. In a similar case involving the user’s brother, officers muted their body cameras, highlighting the issue of transparency without accountability.


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