Chief of Police Charged With Aggravated Rape of 4-Yr-Old Child

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UPDATE: Cop Sentenced to Life in Prison

Now-former Chief of Police Steve E. Bodine will be sentenced to life in prison, it has been anounced.

He was convicted of aggravated rape of a child.

He had been raping children for over 40 years.

The News Star reports as follows:

District Attorney John Belton said the three-day trial ended Wednesday with the 12-member jury voting unanimously for conviction. The conviction carries a mandatory life sentence with no chance of probation, parole or suspension of sentence.

Continue reading the full article below:


SPEARSVILLE — A disturbing report has surfaced indicating that a now-former Chief of Police Steve E Bodine has been convicted of the aggravated rape of a child.

Officer Bodine has been incarcerated and his bond has been set at $500k.

A 12-member jury unanimously decided to convict Bodine.

The crime that Bodine committed is unthinkable.

Bodine was a police officer and therefore, unfortunately, a lot of people placed blind trust in his so-called authority.

Children were left with him at a day care center.

For over 40 years, Bodine had been raping different children when he had the chance, according to reports.

One child was just was just 4-years-old, according to reports.

Over the 40 years during which he raped children, the ages of the victims ranged from 4 to 14-years-old.

Numerous children have been left scarred and traumatized.

So much rape has occurred by those who are sworn to protect us, that today many parents tell their children to be careful just as they would around any other stranger.


Another example is Officer Stephen Young, who many people trusted as a “good cop.”

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  • He’s not sorry. He’s sorry he got caught. I hope the prisoners give him his just reward!

    • CvilleGuy78

      Yeah, right in the ass.

      • Joy Davis McDonald

        A former prison RN, I can imagine his “punishment”. Even violent criminals have no use for child rapists.

  • judithica

    As liberal and hippy-dippy as they come, but THIS is what the death penalty is for!

    • Hasanda

      No! Let him suffer in prison until his body just gives out from old age!

    • J.z. Belexes

      Normally I am for the death penalty, but I believe this guy deserves a long-lasting fate WORSE than death.

      • Julia Kennard

        Agreed

  • Brandon L

    This website sucks. And WHERE THE HELL IS SPEARSVILLE?
    This site always leaves me with more questions than answers.

    • Laura

      Louisiana is where he finally got caught

  • Lonnie Dobbins III

    The problem is where was he chief?
    What type of officers was under his charge?
    Why are they not telling us that ?

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  • Brett Ray

    What’s sad, it doesn’t surprise me at all to hear this. Thought out history it seems the worst crimes have been committed by those chosen to “enforce” it. Human nature for people who seek to oppress and rule are drawn to the jobs where you can get away with it and have the backing of “the state” to crush anyone who catches on to what you are doing.

  • Kim Serrahn

    Not sorry for him, not one little bit.

    • Julia Kennard

      I’d like to add the while imprisoned he will be punished even worse than he can imagine all of the people in the prison he was sent to dispose cops for locking them up. Throwing a cop in the mix of inmates is undoubtedly going to lead to violence. He has not only been exposed for what he has done, lost his job, and been thrown in jail, but he has a lot more coming for him when h gets in there and I can almost guarantee it. The thing is though, that I couldn’t care less, this man deserves what is being thrown his way, he has ruined the lives of all of those kids he has red over the 40 years he has been doing this, those kids will never be the same again. They have been traumatized and at such a young age that it will effect them on an entirely different level. These kids will need counseling and much more to even make an indent on what this man had done to them, so for these reasons and many more I say I hope he is shows t he pains he has put them threw when the other inmates find that he is a former cop not on that but a former chief officer.

  • SteaminSteven

    give me the switch, I’ll happily pull it……