December 12, 2012
Knowing he was being audio and video recorded, a Connecticut State Trooper boldly took at least $3,700 in cash from a man who had died in a motorcycle accident, claiming it was “evidence,” but then acting as if he knew nothing about it when confronted three times by the victim’s father.
Trooper Aaron Huntsman also took a gold chain valued at $5,500, neglecting to include it in the victim’s personal belongings that he returned to the man’s family, later claiming he had forgotten all about it.
As a result, Huntsman was arrested on several felonies last month.
The 15-page arrest warrant goes into great detail at the evidence mounted against Huntsman, which includes witness statements as well as the audio recording from a device he was wearing on his uniform and the video from his own dash cam.
This article was posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 12:01 pm