Former Ohio officer pleads not guilty to assaulting two women with a sex toy during an allegedly illegal traffic stop in county’s first civil rights unit case

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A previous Cleveland cop associated with ambushing two ladies with a sex toy amid an illicit activity stop has argued not blameworthy to charges including gross sexual burden and snatching on Thursday.

Kenneth Bolton, Jr, 49, of Middlefield, Ohio likewise confronts wrongdoing social liberties charges.

Bolton’s case will be the principal gone up against by Cuyahoga Region Prosecutor Michael O’Malley’s social equality unit. The unit was set up to test cases including charges of social liberties infringement.

The now-previous East Cleveland officer was summoned Thursday in Cuyahoga Region Normal Requests Court.

Bolton is free on bond, agreeing to Cleveland.com.

Judge John Sutula set Bolton’s bond at $5,000. Bolton instantly posted the 10 percent required in real money and was discharged.

Bolton is blamed for illicitly pulling more than two ladies, ages 22 and 23, in February and utilizing a sex toy he found in the secondary lounge to rub against their private parts over their apparel while they were situated in the vehicle, prosecutors said.

The East Cleveland Police Office led an inward examination concerning the movement stop and let go Bolton in Spring, inside two weeks of the occurrence.

Bolton created an impression to the province prosecutor’s office ‘admitting to various crime and lawful offense laws that [he had] as of late disregard,’ as indicated by his letter of end from East Cleveland Police Boss Michael Cardilli’s letter of end to Bolton.

Bolton was a 16-year veteran of the constrain.

His lawyer, Fernando Mack, said he’s assessing the case and has no prompt remark.

Bolton’s recorded telephone number was detached.

His case has been appointed to doled out to Judge Nancy R. McDonnell and his next court appearance is planned for Tuesday.

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