Columbus Police Reassign Vice Detective Involved In Stormy Daniels Arrest

Columbus Police Reassign Vice Detective Involved In Stormy Daniels Arrest

A Columbus vice officer who was involved in Stormy DanielsJuly 2018 arrest has been relieved of his assignment, according to the Division of Police.

CPD spokesperson Sergeant Chantay Boxill told NBC4 Detective Steve Rosser has his badge and gun taken away Wednesday. He has been reassigned to desk duty. A reason has not been given.

Daniels’ attorney says the officers who arrested her were politically motivated, and cite several pro-Trump social media postings by them. The local police union has denied the arrest was politically motivated.

Chief Kim Jacobs suspended the unit’s operations in early September to conduct an internal review following the arrest of Daniels and the fatal officer-involved shooting of a woman during a reported prostitution sting. The FBI is now leading a joint investigation into the vice unit.

Rosser is also among a group of officers who have been sued in federal court over aging porn star Daniels’ arrest in Columbus.

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One Reply to “Columbus Police Reassign Vice Detective Involved In Stormy Daniels Arrest”

  1. Mr Horse Kak

    With all the packages that were mailed out to the Trump foes I worry Stormy might end up on the back of a milk box or worse

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