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Topic - Richard Decoatsworth
A former police officer who was shot in the face and later sat next to the first lady while being honored at a presidential address is too dangerous to leave prison to await a rape trial, a judge said Tuesday.
A former hero police officer in Philadelphia wants to withdraw his guilty pleas and go to trial on charges he drugged and assaulted two alleged prostitutes.
A former Philadelphia police officer once hailed as a hero has pleaded guilty to reduced charges in the alleged drugging and assault of two women.
A former Philadelphia police officer once hailed as a hero who sat next to the first lady during the 2009 State of the Union address was indicted yesterday after being accused of forcing two women to take heroin at gunpoint before raping them.
"I'd like an opportunity to prove my innocence," DeCoatsworth said in court. "If I were a guilty man, the offer the commonwealth presented would be a good one."