Former MPD officer indicted for sexual battery
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Former Memphis police officer Meekose Evans has been indicted on sexual battery and several other charges.
A woman said Evans stopped her car last February near Raines and Faronia because her license plate light was out.
At the time of the stop, Evans reportedly realized the woman’s license was suspended.
The woman said Evans told her to follow him to a dark area near the Hillcrest Apartments where he allegedly put her in the back of his squad car.
Evans reportedly asked the woman, ‘what she would do for him to avoid getting a ticket.’
“The woman said Evans told her to expose her breasts and that the officer then began fondling them.”
The woman later filed a report with Internal Affairs and identified Evans in a photo spread.
Evans, who was fired in June, has also has been indicted on charges of official misconduct and official oppression.
He is free on $20,000 bond.