Duarte arrived, handcuffed her and put her into his patrol car, the report said.
She told Duarte the man’s name was Ray, and that they had met at the Goldrush Showbar on Metropolitan Parkway, the report said. A cellphone and rifle were taken as evidence from the vehicle.
“He said I was in the wrong by even being in the vehicle,” she told Channel 2.
Instead of taking her to the Fulton County Jail, she told Channel 2 he drove to a vacant parking lot near her home. She said he then proposed that she could have sex with him instead of going to jail.
“He just started touching on me and feeling on me — trying to kiss me,” she said. “He wanted me to have sex with him.”
In the report, Duarte said she was released “and was transported to her residence with no injuries reported.”
Shields’ statement said, in part: “We are taking these allegations seriously and have opened an investigation into the matter. We will share the findings with the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office to determine if any criminal acts were committed ... He is currently without enforcement powers and will remain so until the investigation is complete. There is nothing more important to us than upholding the trust placed in our officers by the public and we have a duty to thoroughly pursue the facts of this case.”
Duarte had no prior disciplinary record with the department, Campos said.
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