La Vergne, Tennessee – A small police department in Tennessee has been trending by allegations of wild sexual misconduct involving several police officers.
An internal investigation, launched after the mayor of La Vergne received a tip about the misconduct, revealed that a married female officer, Officer Maegan Hall, had engaged in sexual relationships with six male officers.
The officers involved in the misconduct were identified as Sergeant. Lewis Powell, Officer Juan Lugo, Sergeant. Ty McGowan, and Detective Seneca Shields.
Two other officers, Patrick Magliocco and Larry Holladay were suspended but kept their jobs.
The misconduct police officers included:
- Sending dirty nude pictures.
- Tub party
- Oral sexual conduct occurred between two officers at the La Vergne police station.
According to the investigation, the sexual misconduct took place at hotels, parties at other officers’ houses, and on boats.
It is alleged that Officer Hall engaged in oral sexual conduct with Powell and Shields while on duty at the police station and gym.
The officers involved in the misconduct were terminated from their positions due to their actions.
In response, Jason Cole, mayor of the city of La Vergne, has issued a statement saying that the actions of these officers do not reflect the department’s values and that they will take steps to ensure that this type of behavior is not tolerated in the future.