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A Florida cop has been found guilty of forcing a young woman and a young man to run naked to avoid arrest.
Former Miccosukee Officer, Michael Martinez, 30, of Hialeah, Fla., with tears in my eyes after the jury’s decision in ho chi minh city on Thursday, according to reports.
“I took my pants off. I took my shirt off,” Justin Riley told the jury Wednesday on Fox 7 In Miami reports it. “I looked at him like, ‘Is this all?’ He said, ” That’s it?'”
The jury also heard Riley say that, after she put on her underwear and bra, Who were “kind of like, ‘if you Move your hands away from your body, so that I can see it,'” according to the station.
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Booking photo of Michael Martinez after being found guilty of forcing a young woman and a young man to run naked to avoid arrest.
(Broward County Sheriff’s Office)
Who faces six years in prison after he was found guilty of extortion, and unlawful remuneration, with the Florida Sun-Sentinel reported.
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Martinez was accused of threatening the arrest of Riley, and He Shoulta, 18, of drug and alcohol possession charges after stopping them for running a stop sign at the Alligator Alley, near the Miccosukee Reservation in the three or so years ago.
Prosecutors said that the officer then offered the Home and the Shoulta’s deal one—on-one, naked, and, to avoid jail-Fox 7 reported.
“I was given the choice of going to jail, or to run, so I made the choice to run naked,” Shoulta, testified to the train station.
Martinez was fired after a year after the incident. He was arrested last year, the station reported.
A prosecution spokesman told the Sun-Sentinel, Who asked Riley to be a sexual act.
As a lawyer Who did not return the paper calls seeking comment.
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Martinez chose not to testify in his own defense, according to the report.