Police officers taught children the Internet and cyber security, and later forced the two underage girls to be perverted
Two teenage girls were being taught about cybersecurity by police officers, and these two girls were mistreated by the same policeman.
This policeman is sitting behind a bar to pervert these girls.
Ironically, a 48-year-old criminal charged with investigating and investigating crimes against children, Vice President Steve Sorrells in Paulding County, was arrested on Monday in Georgia and charged with child abuse.
Sorrell’s boss was “upset” after being arrested on Monday and Sorrell said, “they are ashamed of the badge they deserve and proudly wear.”
The investigation against Sorrell began on November 14, after the sheriff’s office had committed abusive sexual abuse of minors.
Sorrllers was “on administrative leave” at the beginning of the investigation and was released shortly after his arrest.
There was a meeting on Sorrell, but the authorities did not disclose anything that would have resulted in Sorrell’s sudden arrest during the meeting.
Sorrllers was arrested for abusing two teenage girls and charged with violating his inauguration.
Sorrell appears to have helped local law enforcement agencies in February 2018 teach students of the Rockmart Junior High School Internet Safety Days.
In contrast, in November 2018, he received the Secretary Public Security Award in his county. He was honored for his exemplary service for children in Paulding County with the Minister of Public Security in his county.
Sollers had previously been posted to Paulding County Prison, but later transferred to a nearby police department because he was a former employee of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office.