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Deputy said he was disappointed that giving student’s sexual assault police report to BYU didn’t help her, report says

Nov 30, 2017 by

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A Utah County sheriff’s deputy who shared a police report about a sexual assault with Brigham Young University appeared upset when he learned the school had dismissed the student who said she was raped, according to an internal investigation.

The deputy, Edwin Randolph, now 48, told investigators from the sheriff’s office that he was trying to help the student. The investigators appeared to believe him, though he had previously told a Provo detective her allegation was “bull crap” and repeatedly criticized her conduct, according to documents.

Utah’s police regulators later asserted he had lied to them and to sheriff’s investigators and sought to suspend him.

Source: Deputy said he was disappointed that giving student’s sexual assault police report to BYU didn’t help her, report says – The Salt Lake Tribune

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