999 COP STOLE MY WIFE!
He quits after emergency call-out led to an affair
A COPPER called out on an emergency has been accused of having an affair with the wife of the man who phoned 999.
Randy Douglas Dishington, – nicknamed PC Dishy – has now resigned after a disciplinary hearing last week heard how he chatted up Rebecca Godley, 41, at her house in Stirling.
Her husband Tony Godley, 44, had called in police in a bid to straighten out his 17-yearold step daughter who he claims was going off the rails.
But when PC Dishy arrived he ended up swapping personal numbers with Rebecca and the pair then began to have an affair, the hearing was told.
Tony also complained that Dishington had given lifts to Mr Godley’s 12-year-old son in his police car.
This included picking him up from school, and driving him home, as well as allegedly on another occasion driving him in the car while he had his blue lights on.
The second complaint came from Kayleigh’s father, Jamie Hutton, 44, of Fallin, near Stirling.
He told the hearing at Dunblane Police Station that Dishington provided a false alibi for Kayleigh, whom Mr Hutton accused of going round to his house when he was out and taking cigarettes and £1,350 in cash.
He said: “I was a witness at the hearing, and Dishington gave an alibi for Kayleigh, saying she wasn’t there, but the CCTV shows she clearly was.
“He behaved irresponsibly and brought the force into disrepute.”
A Central Scotland Police spokesman said: “Following a misconduct hearing, an officer has resigned from service.”
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