“The world’s smallest police station just got a little lonelier, as a Florida cop working for the panhandle town of Carrabelle got nailed with a second round of felony criminal charges.
Now, the Florida cop is facing life in jail, after his state’s top law enforcement agency the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) added a felony witness tampering charge to the serious sex crime allegations 49-year old Glenn Darius Hampton May was already defending for child pornography and sexual battery with a minor between the ages of 12-18.
State authorities announced that their investigation showed May was communicating with the victim in his sexual battery case, which is being prosecuted by the state attorney Willie Meggs in Tallahassee.
FDLE agents believe he coached the victim by telling her what to say when interviewed by law enforcement.
So they charged May with first degree felony witness tampering, which is punishable by up to life in prison.
Carrabelle is best known as an idyllic beach town and fishing village, and isn’t exactly a hotbed of crime, but is famous in police circles for having the world’s smallest police station, which has been stationed along scenic Highway 98 since 1963.”
Below is the original story from 2015 :
What a hero
Molesting a child isn’t enough
He has to come back and try to control the kid
What is wrong with someone who wants to wear handcuffs on their belt?
What is wrong with someone who wants to control people for a living?
He is a hero, right?
Thank God he comes home safe at night
Every day he risks his life to keep us safe
Every day he puts on that badge and gun
Every day this sworn officer of the court keeps us safe
Either that or he lies,cheats and steals and molests children
“A Carrabelle police officer was arrested Thursday morning, Dec. 17 for sexual battery on a child, and possession of child porn.
Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, along with Carrabelle Police Department and Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, arrested Glenn Darius Hampton May, 49, of Carrabelle, on one count of sexual battery on a child over 12 years old, but under age 18, and four counts of possession of child pornography.
May began with the department on a part-time basis Jan. 7, 2013, and was hired on as fulltime beginning July 15, 2013.
In October, FDLE agents began investigating May at the request of Carrabelle Police Chief Gary Hunnings after he received an allegation May was having sex with an underage female. May has been on administrative leave since that time.
“I immediately contacted FDLE when I learned of this allegation,” said Hunnings. “May’s actions are unacceptable and appalling for anyone, especially an officer of the law. Now that an arrest has been made, I am moving swiftly to terminate May from our police department.”
May was arrested at his home in Carrabelle and booked into the Franklin County Jail on a $200,000 bond. The case will be prosecuted by the Office of the State Attorney, 2nd Judicial Circuit.”