- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 21, 2014

PITTSBURGH (AP) - A former guard at the Allegheny County Health Department building in Pittsburgh has been acquitted of raping a female guard who met him for a late-night tryst while he was on-duty.

Thirty-two-year-old Donnell Stewart was found not guilty after a county judge on Tuesday found there was reasonable doubt about the woman’s account.

According to trial testimony, the woman agreed to oral sex in exchange for money after she finished her shift at another building and drove to meet Stewart who was working an overnight shift June 30.

Stewart contends the woman then agreed to vaginal sex for more money, but became angry when Stewart told her he didn’t have the cash with him. The woman contends she didn’t consent and was threatened with a stun gun.

He’s since been fired, but she still works for the county.

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