Sterling King, sex-talking cop

Things got a little heated after Florida Highway Patrol commander stopped Alaina Renae Edgemon for speeding in May of 2004. King told the captive audience about sexual experiences at a nudist colony and seized condoms from her car, according to a police report. Edgemon "said this conversation was out of the blue and she did nothing to encourage this behavior." After agreeing to exchange e-mail addresses, the two wrote each other mainly about the ticket over the next 19 weeks until King requested that the ticket be dismissed on an official letterhead as a result of mistaken identity. King was fired and charged with one count of official misconduct, a third-degree felony. He was also charged with a count of false official statements, a misdemeanor.
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