This is becoming a trend at this point….. Shaun King brought to light a matter that took place with a black woman by the name of Sherita Dixon-Cole, she was pulled over by ‘Officer Hubbard’ in Waxahachie, Texas on Sunday. He was later identified as Officer Daniel Hubbard of the Texas Department of Public Safety.
According to RawStory:
Dixon-Cole was reportedly told by Officer Hubbard that “she could earn her way home, if she really wanted to go” as he hiked up her skirt, while she sat handcuffed in the front seat of his cruiser.
This was after she had been pulled over for suspected drunk driving and had passed a breathalyzer test. She was reportedly still detained “because of [her] attitude.”
When Dixon-Cole’s fiancé arrived on the scene, Officer Hubbard allegedly warned him not to follow the cruiser to the Ellis County Jail and threatened him with arrest.
“If you tell him what happened he will be armed and his fire arm will be visible when I have to shoot him,” Officer Hubbard allegedly threatened.
Her fiancé drove a short distance away. And Officer Hubbard drove behind an abandoned car dealership.
At that point, the trooper allegedly told her, “why don’t you just give me some of that sweet p*ssy you have been given your fiancé and then you can go home.”
The victim allegedly begged the trooper to just take her to jail, even though she had passed the breathalyzer test.
Officer Hubbard then allegedly penetrated her vagina with his hand while warning her “not to be stupid!”
The officer then drove off as he saw her fiancé’s car approach — he had started to look for her when he did not see the cruiser take her towards the jail.
“He continued to pull at her clothes and place his hand down her shirt and up her skirt,” as he was successfully able to lose the fiancé’s car through back streets.
Dixon-Cole was finally taken to the Ellis County jail and booked for DUI/DWI.
“Just confirmed that Sherita Dixon Cole PASSED her breathalyzer test and was arrested without cause,” King tweeted in the evening.
King also tweeted a demand.
“We demand that the arresting officer in this case have all of his clothes from this shift fully tested for bodily fluids,” King wrote. “It is our belief that they held Sherita for nearly 24 hours without cause to attempt to cover up this assault & give them time to get a story together.”
Cole was finally released, hours after her bail had been paid.
“Sherita is now in the hospital,” King updated. “She reported being sexually assaulted to the county jail and they refused to take her in for medical treatment very early this morning.”
The Texas Department of Safety responded to the allegations on their Facebook page.