Cop Arrested for Raping Victim and Forcing Her to Drink His Urine

Matt Agorist | The Free Thought Project

Johnson County, AR — Former deputy Robert Retford, with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department was arrested Monday on charges of sexual assault. His alleged victim was apparently seeking help from the deputy when she said he beat her, raped her and defecated on her, and made her drink his urine.

On Tuesday, the now-former deputy was released on a $5,000 bond and was told to surrender his passport.





Police had enough evidence to bring the deputy into custody on Monday after his alleged victim came forward in September.

The local news company stated they do not give out the names of alleged victims. However, this case was different. According to 40/29 News, in this case, the woman asked to be identified and wants everyone to know what she says the deputy did to her.

In their report on the incident, 40/29 refers to the victim as Shanna.

“This man raped me,” Shanna said.




In September, police responded to a domestic dispute between Shanna and her boyfriend. According to Shanna, Retford offered to take her away from the situation, so she got in his car with him. Shanna told investigators that while the couple was in the car, Retford began fondling her crotch and then made her touch his crotch.

Despite the crotch touching in the car, Shanna said she was brought to a hotel in Clarksville that evening and dropped off by Retford who did not stay there. Instead, Retford gave the stranded and allegedly recently sexually assaulted victim his card and told her to call him in the morning.

Apparently frozen with fear, Shanna stayed at the hotel and then called the deputy in the morning at which time Retford picked her up.

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