Former Louisiana Police Chief Given Probation After Alleged Sexual Assault Of Female Prisoner and Lying To The FBI

gavel2Chief U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson has sentenced former Sorrento Police Chief Earl Theriot Jr. to probation with no jail time after he lied to the FBI about an alleged sexual assault of a woman under arrest. Theriot will have to pay just $2,500. No state charges have been brought thus far against Theriot for the alleged assault of the 42-year-old woman who was arrested for public intoxication.

Theriot now admits that he lied to the FBI and that he had “inappropriate sexual contact” with the heavily intoxicated woman last November. The woman has sued him in federal court for “sexual assault.”

Theriot claims his sexual contact with the woman was consensual. However, he was dealing with a woman in his custody, making consent theories highly questionable. The woman said that she was severely intoxicated and that Theriot promised not to take her to jail if she gave him oral sex after he found her drunk and unconscious at a Sorrento gas station. She says that he gave her vodka and forced her to perform oral sex over a four-hour period. She says that she was also bound under the desk in his office. She says that Theriot took her to the police station and sexually assaulted her while she was bound with handcuffs and her belt. In the most astonishing detail, she claims Theriot hid her under his desk while he met with the mayor. She says that she tried at that time to make a phone call for help.
Federal prosecutors had required that Theriot step down from office before he entered his guilty plea.

He faced six months in prison but received two years of probation. Judge Brian Jackson took into consideration the fact that he helped the FBI with an ongoing investigation, but it is not clear what that investigation was since Theriot admitted to lying in his own investigation.

Prosecutors are still considering state charges.

Source: WBRZ

55 thoughts on “Former Louisiana Police Chief Given Probation After Alleged Sexual Assault Of Female Prisoner and Lying To The FBI

  1. Nick – it’s so true that male victims of female predators are not given the same sympathy and protection as female victims. The last paper I read, something like 85% of them are not even believed.

    If the victim is a teenager, you don’t have the same imbalance of physical strength as you would for a female victim and male predator. However, they are controlled through grooming and emotional control. I knew a boy this happened to. He wasn’t “lucky”. He got all twisted up. There were definitely consequences for him. Terribly sad.

  2. I live down here in New Orleans. It is a separate part of Louisiana. It is more civilized. We had some guy named Ray who got sent to prison but what the hell. I am soon moving, for a time, to Ferguson. That is one of the nicer towns on Planet Earth and in America. People of all race and creed are honest and square there. Others come in to trample and break windows. Like that 90 year old Al Sharpton guy.
    Regarding the Judge who let the rapist off. This my Earth Creatures is quite similar to Iran. Think about it. Do not be such hypocrites. Here you have a cop/sheriff rapist. On Remulak for a jailer to have any sex with an inmate, despite so called consent or age, it is statutory rape. A jailer cannot have sex with an inmate. That last period at the end of the sentence was a period.
    The Judge needs to be removed from his lofty bench. Since there is no law in Louisiana in that Parish, the sheriff needs to by lynched. I am reporting back to my planet the various Pirate Territories as described by the dog above in his comments. Louisiana, outside of New Orleans, is one of those places.
    Ferguson, MO is quite civilized. I will be at Gittos Bar in downtown Saint Louis tomorrow. Anyone on the blog who dines out and lives in Saint Louis should come join us.

    • Feguson is civilized. The police are not. Or they weren’t when I lived there up until my Husband had his stroke in the mid 2000s.

  3. The BarkinDog Doctrine states that if one is dealing with pirates, perps or terrorists in a Pirate Territory then you may resort to personal action. A pirate boards your sailing sloop off of Somalia then you shoot him. When a so called nation state declines so much that anarchy or pirates and terrorists prevail then one must re classify the territory. Louisiana is on the edge here. State courts failed, federal system failed. What is left? Fly over and flush.

  4. When the justice system fails us then personal retribution can morally come into play. If the Nuremberg Trials had not come about then hardly anyone here would have grumbled if some relative of a Buchenwald victim shot and killed a perpetrator from Buchenwald. If this blog was solely existing in Sicily I would not have heard any criticism. But Americans are exemplary. Right? We can not have retribution when there is a criminal justice system in play. Like in this dumb schmuck jurisdiction where the rape occurred.. This perp would have been tried at Nuremberg. One of the lessons of Nuremberg was that state actors should not get away with rape and murder. If we do not have an outside force such as the Justice Department to take on these state perps then we need a good brother or son to do the job. If this guy raped my sister he would be pushing up daisies. I as a dog I would be pooping on his grave. As it stands now America is disgraced.

  5. @NickS

    I am NOT your porn procurer. I think you have a buddy who specializes in that field, who can help you find what you are looking for. You may have to specify to him whether you desire to view male cops taking advantage of female perps, or female cops taking advantage of male perps, or same sex cops and perps.

    IIRC, and it was maybe about 4+ years ago when I was still with the loser, it seems that maybe Jenna Jameson did one where she was being “interrogated” and even one where she was the “interrogator.” He really liked Jenna. But I was not overly interested in any of it, putting up with it only to so that my boyfriend would STFU about it.

    The only one I saw, out of a half dozen or so, that had any semblance of a plot, was a takeoff she did on “Secretary”, the one with Maggie whatever and James Spader. Howvever, it was certainly not worth watching twice.

    In other matters, FWIW, one of the ex’s here, who used to write about their open-mindedness, came out and admitted they had never voted for a Republican in over 50 years. Like nobody ever suspected such.

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

  6. She shouldn’t have been arrested. She didn’t hurt anyone or damage any property. Aren’t LEOs supposed to be about “Protect & Serve”? if ever there is need for them to carryout this basic policy, it was an incident like this one.

    PROTECT: she was in a very vulnerable state of mind.
    SERVE: have her taken to an E.R. to be checked, then get her home safely.

    POLICE, n. An armed force for protection and participation.

  7. Nick Spinelli

    Squeeky, I challenge you to find a porn flick w/ that plot. I am fascinated by your rage, however. Absolutely fascinated.Nick Spinelli
    Nick Spinelli

    In this same state, 2 female Louisiana teachers from Kenner were just charged w/ felonies for having sex w/ a 16 year old male student. No one gets too upsets when boys are raped.
    Nick Spinelli

    Daniel, If a priest rapes a boy then it’s bad. If a woman rapes a boy, oh well! Hypocritical.

    The woman said that she was severely intoxicated and that Theriot promised not to take her to jail if she gave him oral sex after he found her drunk and unconscious at a Sorrento gas station. She says that he gave her vodka and forced her to perform oral sex over a four-hour period. She says that she was also bound under the desk in his office. She says that Theriot took her to the police station and sexually assaulted her while she was bound with handcuffs and her belt. In the most astonishing detail, she claims Theriot hid her under his desk while he met with the mayor. She says that she tried at that time to make a phone call for help.

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