CDP Releases Documents Related To Charges Against Cops Involved In Stormy Daniels' Arrest
Columbus police have released documents detailing departmental charges against five officers associated with an undercover operation that led to porn star Stormy Daniels' arrest at a strip club last year.
The documents contain charges accusing one officer of giving tacit approval of the operation without giving "proper weight to the potential negative consequences." Charges against some officers include not properly supervising subordinates and not ensuring subordinates properly documented the hours they worked. The officers could face punishment ranging from a reprimand to termination. The officers involved are Commander Terry Moore, Lieutenant Ron Kemmerling, Sergeant Scott Soha and arresting detectives Steve Rosser and Whitney Lancaster.