Rachel Sorkow, a 29-year-old employee of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, has been arrested for allegedly recording himself assaulting a number of people in her care
An officer of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police department was Tuesday arrested and accused of the inhumane behavior, such as creating a mentally sick man “dougie” and “network” during the video-taping him.
Rachel Sorkow, 29, is facing multiple charges in connection with videos that they allegedly took from four people who were in her power as an officer. In addition to the inclusion of citizens in need and the distribution of the videos of her friends, the police say that they also broke the law when they allegedly sought addresses, arrest records and the registration number of the “potential boyfriends or girlfriends of friends and family,” Fox 5 reports.
A video, believed to have been made by Sorkow, allegedly shows her responding to a call of a mentally ill man with two dresses and his hair in pigtails.
FAMILY COMPLAINS ABOUT GRATEFUL DEAD MEGA-FAN AND POT GROWER CRUSHED BY THE POLICE DRIVING A BULLDOZER
“I just want to see you dougie and network and then we are good,” she’d said to the man. “Yes! For the back, one more time,” she said, when he began to dance. On another occasion, Sorkow allegedly recorded himself feeding gummy bears to a cuffed person, while making airplane sounds, as one would do for a child. Also she was reportedly seen asking an overweight woman if she had ever considered being on the tv show ” My 300-Pound Life.”
In another disturbing video, Sorkow allegedly encouraged a man with a big tear in his pants to keep kicking her police car. When he did, his genitals were visible. For the video, she is entrusted with the capturing of the image of the private area of another person, and indecent exposure, both of which are gross violations.
She is also confronted with five misdemeanor counts of misconduct of a public officer.
MAN ACCUSED OF STEALING $547G OF A DEAD FRIEND DISAPPEARS IN THE FLORIDA EVERGLADES AFTER CUTTING, TRACKING DEVICE
Since her alleged crimes were revealed following an investigation that began in September, Sorkow is suspended with pay.
Her lawyer, Tony Sgro, told News 3 that “she took her job as a police officer seriously,” and said that they plan to “vigorously defend against the allegations.”
CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP
Her next hearing is set for June.