999 copter cops ‘spied on couples having sex’
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Issue 7 costs just £2.95 for 68 glorious, glossy pages. DON’T MISS OUT – check at your local newsagents TOMORROW! TWO police officers, a retired policeman and a current and a former pilot have appeared in court charged in relation to misusing the camera on a police helicopter – to look at people who are naked or engaged in sex acts.
The five men were arrested as part of a South Yorkshire Police investigation into reports the force chopper had been used for inappropriate filming.
Serving officers Matthew Lucas, 41, and Lee Walls, 46, appeared at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court along with former South Yorkshire officer Adrian Pogmore, 50.
Alongside them in the glass-fronted dock were Matthew Loosemore, 44, who was a South Yorkshire Police pilot before transferring to the National Police Air Service in 2013, and Malcolm Reeves, 63, who was a pilot at South Yorkshire Police before retiring in 2013.
All five are charged with misconduct in a public office.
The charges relate to four alleged incidents between 2007 and 2012.
Pogmore, from Rotherham, faces four charges – one alleges misconduct which was “namely to observe and record a naked person without her knowledge and consent”.
Another alleges misconduct amounting to “misusing police resources for purposes that were not connected to your employment, namely to observe and record persons performing sexual acts”.
The other four men face similar charges of misconduct.
Reeves, from Knaresborough, North Yorks, faces two counts, Walls, of Aston, Sheffield, faces one count, Loosemore, of Doncaster, faces one count and Lucas, of Sheffield, faces three counts.
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