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A Chula Vista police officer reed to avoid being fired last year after he had sex on duty on a hilltop that community members have complained for years is plagued by illegal activity, including teenagers having sex in public. The incident and the reports associated with it were released under Senate Billa law that made some ly confidential police records available to the public, including instances of sexual misconduct, dishonesty while reporting or investigating a crime and officer-involved shootings.
The San Diego Union-Tribune has requested these records from all local police agencies and will publish them as they are received. A group of eight labor unions representing police officers from San Diego to Oceanside filed a lawsuit Monday against their departments seeking to halt the release of the newly public records, but several agencies have already turned over files. According to the records released recently, the Chula Vista incident happened about a. April 8 near Moonview Drive and Windrose Way. The records revealed that Officer Michael Ingley and an unnamed woman walked up a nearby hill where they had sex.
The incident led to an outcry among nearby residents who have long complained to the department about the criminal activity that takes place in the area. Over the years, the city of Chula Vista and the department have tried to implement measures to crack down on illegal acts in the area by putting up additional street lights, painting nearby curbs red, adding s that limit parking time and sending officers to the area regularly. A resident notified the department of the incident the next day, and an investigation was launched.
According to police interviews with Ingley and the woman, the two met on a dating website called plentyoffish. They had met up twice before, but never while Ingley was on duty.
Both told investigators the sex was consensual and no money was exchanged. The relationship ended soon afterward. The incident is still considered sexual misconduct because Ingley was on duty at the time, which is why the record was released under SB Ingley explained in an interview with investigators that the pair had initially planned to meet for food and that the decision to head up the hill was impulsive, regrettable and made during a low point in his life. The department determined Ingley violated five city and department policies including engaging in on-duty sexual activity, engaging in criminal, dishonest or disgraceful conduct and engaging in conduct that could discredit the department.
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