Jun 10, 2021
Former State Trooper Sent Himself Nude Pics From Crash Victims Phone, Pleads Guilty
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Albert Kuehne, 37, pleaded guilty in Hennepin County District Court to nonconsensual dissemination of private sexual images, according to the Tribune.The state agreed to drop a felony count of harassment.
Minnesota State Patrol placed Kuehne on paid administrative leave on May 20, 2020, and terminated his employment about four months later on Oct. 2, according to the Tribune. Kuehne is scheduled to be sentenced Monday.
The trooper detained a 25-year-old woman on suspicion of drunk driving after she crashed her vehicle, the Tribune reported. Video footage from Kuehne’s cruiser showed the trooper confiscating the phone after the woman made a call, telling her “give me the phone now,” according to The Washington Post. (RELATED: State Police Officer Arrested Over Role In Prostitution And Gambling Ring That He Allegedly Ran Out Of His Strip Club)
The woman was being treated by paramedics when Kuehne was alone in his vehicle and sent the three photos, according to the Post. She was released later after being taken to the hospital, according to the Tribune.
A (now former) Minnesota state trooper, Albert Kuehne, arrested a woman and then texted himself nude photos of her that were stored on her phone which he had confiscated. He then deleted the texts to try to cover it up, but her synced MacBook caught himhttps://t.co/twi32QLtwn
— Emma Kinery (@EmmaKinery) June 10, 2021
The woman’s boyfriend discovered that someone had texted the photos to an unknown number, and when he called the number the person on the phone identified himself as Kuehne, according to the Tribune.
Investigators searched and seized Kuehne’s phone and found the images after obtaining a search warrant, according to the Tribune
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First picture of stalker suspected of killing tragic horse lover Gracie Spinks in ‘murder-suicide’
THIS is the stalker suspected of killing tragic horse lover Gracie Spinks.
Michael Sellars, 35, is said to have fatally injured the six-foot blonde model as she tended to her beloved horse Paddy on Friday morning in Duckmanton, Derbys.7Michael Sellars is suspected of killing Gracie SpinksCredit: All images copyrite 2017 Maison&White (Xbite Ltd.) Gracie, 23, was found dead in the village of Duckmanton, Derbys
His body was then found a short time later across fields half a mile away.
Pals told how Gracie, 23, had filed a restraining order against him after he became “obsessed with her” following a date.
Derbyshire Police referred itself to the Independent Office of Police Conduct (IOPC) — although it declined to give the reason.
The Sun on Sunday told how a dog walker had found a murder kit filled with knives, an axe and a note saying “Don’t lie” close to the spot where she died, six weeks before Gracie was killed.
An IOPC spokesman added: ‘We have been notified that a referral is being made by the force. When we receive it, we will carry out an assessment to determine what further action is needed by us."
Pals said the pair, who used to work together, had been on one date.
They claim she had taken out a restraining order against him after he continued to turn up at the stables.
A friend said: “He became obsessed with her and wouldn’t leave her alone.”Pals said the pair, who used to work together, had been on one date when she told loved ones he was a 'nut case' Gracie was found in a field on Friday morning in the picturesque village of Duckmanton, near Chesterfield
Devastated workers at XBite at Markham Vale Business Park, Derbys, were in tears when the news was broken of tragic colleague Gracie’s’ death on Friday.
Nearly £7,000 has already been donated to look after her beloved horse Paddy.
Heartbroken friends are also planning a vigil in her memory.
A message on the page said: “Gracie was a beautiful girl, at just 23 years old she had already touched so many people’s lives and what gorgeous memories she leaves behind.
“She was also so, so stubborn and she’d always stand up for what was right.
“If you knew Gracie you’d also know she was horsey mad and had the most gorgeous horse called Paddy whom she loved dearly.Most read in NewsExclusiveHOLE UPGirls risking sepsis after buying $1.50 ear piercing device online to copy TikTokWORDS OF WISDOMBest Father's Day quotes from Nelson Mandela to Michelle ObamaFATAL BLAZEWoman in her 30s found dead after fire rips through home as cops launch probeExclusive'SPY IN A BAG' HOPECould DNA solve mystery of dead MI6 spy found naked in padlocked bag?'MY BABY'Mum’s tribute to son who died in e-scooter crash after girlfriend's hospital picExclusiveDI DAY TRUCEWarring Harry & Wills call truce for Diana - but are 'further apart than ever'
“Although no amount of money could ever bring Gracie back, I ask that you please donate whatever you can to help.
“Just to make you aware that all donations will be given to Gracie's family to care for Paddy, her horse who she leaves behind. This is at her family’s request.
“We all love you so dearly Gracie, behave up there.”HOW YOU CAN GET HELP
Women's Aid has this advice for victims and their families:
- Always keep your phone nearby.
- Get in touch with charities for help, including the Women’s Aid live chat helpline and services such as SupportLine.
- If you are in danger, call 999.
- Familiarise yourself with the Silent Solution, reporting abuse without speaking down the phone, instead dialing “55”.
- Always keep some money on you, including change for a pay phone or bus fare.
- If you suspect your partner is about to attack you, try to go to a lower-risk area of the house – for example, where there is a way out and access to a telephone.
- Avoid the kitchen and garage, where there are likely to be knives or other weapons. Avoid rooms where you might become trapped, such as the bathroom, or where you might be shut into a cupboard or other small space.
If you are a victim of domestic abuse, SupportLine is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6pm to 8pm on 01708 765200. The charity’s email support service is open weekdays and weekends during the crisis – [email protected]
Women’s Aid provides a live chat service - available every day from 10am-6pm.
You can also call the freephone 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247.Gracie's pals have raised funds to look after her beloved horse following her death Contents of this bag included an axe, a hammer, Viagra and a note saying: 'Don’t lie' Mystery as woman found fatally injured in a field and man's body found nearby as villagers told to stay indoors