Authorities are looking for other potential victims after a local school district police officer was accused of asking a woman for sexual favors in exchange for not taking her to jail.
The Harris County District Attorney’s Office said on Aug. 11, a woman was pulled over by Quinn in the 9900 block of Jones Road near West Road because her insurance had expired. Investigators said Quinn smelled marijuana in the woman’s vehicle and placed her in the back of his patrol car. After she consented to a search, Quinn claimed he found a marijuana grinder in her vehicle.
According to the DA’s Office, the woman said Quinn told her he has a foot fetish and that he would let her go if she would let him smell her feet. If she refused, court documents state Quinn told her he would take her to jail.
The woman said she took off her boots and socks, when Quinn told her he would have to lick her feet too if she was going to let him smell them.
Court documents show Quinn then asked for her underwear instead.
The woman told investigators she went to give the underwear to Quinn, but he changed his mind and let her go.
The woman later filed a police report. Investigators said Quinn was identified after his fingerprints were recovered from the woman’s insurance card.
The DA’s Office believes Quinn may have committed the crime before and said there could be other victims. Anyone with information is urged to call the DA’s Office Civil Rights Division at 713-755-5800.
Cy-Fair ISD released a statement Monday which read, “We are appalled by the nature of the allegations brought forth against one of our officers. After learning of the allegations, we immediately placed the officer on administrative leave pending the outcome. Allegations of officer misconduct are taken very seriously and we will not tolerate violations of criminal law, inappropriate actions or any unprofessional behavior which compromises the public’s trust or tarnishes the reputation of the department. It is imperative that individuals speak out and contact law enforcement so we can work together to keep our communities safe and we urge anyone with additional information to contact the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.”