was both unwanted and violent," the statement read.
He was fired after being charged with reckless driving in Surfside Beach, S. During the course of the arrest, La Porto "belittled" the South Carolina officers, telling one that he was overweight and that his boots were not highly polished, as required by Connecticut state police, according to the personnel file.In sentencing La Porto, Alexander said she, too, was struck by the "divergent opinions of what happened" that night."Your abuse of alcohol and your mental health issues require supervision," the judge told La Porto."You need to have a better view of reality."She then approved the agreement of 10 years in prison, suspended after La Porto serves two years, and 10 years of probation.More than half of rape/sexual assault incidents happen within a mile of the victim's home, according to the United States Department of Justice.About 75 percent of victims know their attacker, and 45 percent of victims are under 12 years old.