Saturday, March 8, 2014
Detroit: A woman who called police for protection was sexually assaulted by a black officer who responded, according to the Wayne County prosecutor's office
Detroit police officer Deon Nunlee has been charged with second-degree sexual assault, assault with intent to penetrate and misconduct in office. According to the prosecutor's office, the 31-year-old victim called 911 to report an assault by her boyfriend. When Nunlee and a second officer responded, she told authorities that Nunlee assaulted her in a separate room. "Nunlee took the woman upstairs and his partner remained with the male downstairs," Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy's Office said. "It is alleged that when Nunlee was in an upstairs bedroom with the woman he sexually assaulted her. While they were alone upstairs Nunlee indicated he would be coming back to the house later at 7 a.m. When officer left the house the woman reported the crime to two friends and the next day reported it to the police." Nunlee has been arraigned and held on a $50,000, 10% surety bond.