Fairfax County Cop Convicted of Forcibly Sodomizing Ex-Girlfriend

Fairfax County Cop Convicted of Forcibly Sodomizing Ex-Girlfriend
As we've been saying for years, the Fairfax County Police are out of control

Friday, June 6, 2014

Officer accused of rape had no disciplinary actions in personnel file, resigned May 24

Nichole Manna

According to his personnel file, the man accused of raping a 39-year-old woman in her apartment began his job at the Jackson Police Department on Feb. 19, 2013.
On May 15, 2013 he finish his field training. Gray was a patrol officer.
Everett L. Gray was indicted by the grand jury on a charge of rape on Monday.
According to a news release sent by the police department on Tuesday, officers learned about the allegations in April and Gray was placed on a paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.
There was no paperwork in his personnel file on Wednesday to show this.
Gray resigned from his position on May 24.
According to a “resignation in lieu of termination of employment” form, Gray also requested pay for his accrued Annual Leave of 101 hours, per Mayor Jerry Gist’s authorized payment of leave for terminated employees, contrary to the City of Jackson’s Employee Handbook.
When Gray began at the department in 2013, his hourly pay was $18.59. Before his resignation, he was getting paid $20.21 an hour.
Gray’s personnel file shows he received completion certificates from FEMA, TASER, The POST Commission and the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy.
For his only job rating form, Gray either met expectations or exceeded standards for all job duties other than “Emotional Control,” which was checked off as “Not Observed.”
There were no disciplinary actions against Gray in his file. Gray was still in his two-year probationary period.
Investigators notified Gray of his indictment on Monday and he surrendered about 4 p.m.
Gray is scheduled to be arraigned and have a bond set on Monday in Madison County Circuit Court, Division II.
Gray was transported from the Madison County Jail to the Chester County Jail as a safety precaution for him because he is a former officer.
Police Chief Gill Kendrick said when officers apply for a position with the department, their acceptance is a conditional offer based on passing a psychological exam, physical exam and drug training.
Kendrick said Gray passed all of his tests before he was hired.