Former Minnesota state trooper pleads guilty to texting a detained woman's nude photos to himself
June 11, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.
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A former Minnesota state trooper has pleaded guilty to texting himself "nude or partially nude" photos of a woman after he detained her and used her phone.
Albert Kuehne responded to the scene of a one-car accident and detained a driver on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, according to the complaint summons filed last June.
Kuehne went to the squad car and sent himself three photos, two of which show the victim's "exposed breasts," the document adds.
Her "phone itself had no record of the messages being sent as those records had been deleted. " When her boyfriend called the unknown phone number, Kuehne answered, according to the document.
The victim did not give Kuehne permission to access her phone, view the photos or send them to himself, the complaint summons says.
Kuehne filed a petition Monday to enter a guilty plea to an amended count of "nonconsensual dissemination of private sexual images," according to documents.
Kuehne has a hearing scheduled Monday, according to the court docket.