A Fraser Valley RCMP officer was at a disciplinary hearing in Vancouver on Monday to face six allegations of misconduct.
A young woman, who cannot be identified, has testified that she asked Const. Daniel Marshall for a ride as a joke.
She claims he told her he only lets girls ride in his cruiser if they’re naked.
She says he then left, and she ran home shaking and terrified.
Marshall’s defence counsel called that a “tall tale,” which she denied.
Another woman broke down in tears as she also testified in the first day of the RCMP disciplinary hearing.
The woman, who cannot be named, said she felt manipulated after she had unprotected sex with Const. Daniel Marshall.
She says he had responded to her report of a theft and stayed at her house for hours, engaging in increasingly personal conversation before leaving behind his contact information.
She then later texted him, inviting him over.
Crying, she told the hearing she’d been lonely and had trusted him, saying she thought he was an honourable man and as a police officer, it was his job to protect.
She said Marshall initiated the sex by playing head games, and that she was vulnerable.
Marshall faces six allegations of misconduct altogether.
He has denied them all.
Details of the remaining allegations are set to come out in the course of the five-day hearing.
Complainants names are protected under a publication ban. So far two have testified in allegations about sexual misconduct. 4 more to go.— shane woodford (@WoodfordCKNW980) December 14, 2015
So witness 'A' claims Cst Marshall told her he only gives rides in his police car to naked girls. Defence counsel calls it a "tall tale"— shane woodford (@WoodfordCKNW980) December 14, 2015
Witness 'B' alleging she had sex with Cst Marshall after they met when he responded to her report of theft. Crying she said she was used.— shane woodford (@WoodfordCKNW980) December 14, 2015
A reminder Cst Marshall has denied all these allegations & this is day 1 of a 5 day disciplinary hearing. Other complainants are all women— shane woodford (@WoodfordCKNW980) December 14, 2015
The hitch on Witness B as the defence counsel for Cst Marshall argues is, is it wrong if she invited him over? As she testified to doing— shane woodford (@WoodfordCKNW980) December 15, 2015