Ohio Cop Sentenced to Prison for Urinating on Girl Sitting at Bus Stop
A Cleveland police officer who recorded himself urinating on a 12-year-old girl sitting at a bus stop was sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison today.
Solomon Nhiwatiwa, 34, initially tried to get the girl to get into the car with him but she refused. So he parked his car and walked up to the girl with his penis in one hand and a phone in the other hand which was recording.
"What's wrong, b_tch?" Nhiwatiwa asked while peeing on the girl.
The cop who has a 12-year-old daughter of his own then got back into his car and drove away.
The incident took place on August 16 and Nhiwatiwa was arrested four days later, according to Cleveland.com:
The girl was sitting on the sidewalk waiting to be picked by a school bus. Nhiwatiwa drove up and tried to entice the girl to get inside his car by asking if she needed a ride to school, prosecutors said.
The girl repeatedly refused and Nhiwatiwa initially drove off. He returned about one minute later and recorded himself on his cellphone urinating on the girl, prosecutors said.
Nhiwatiwa again left. A neighbor later called Euclid police and said a man, later identified as Nhiwatiwa, was acting strange and looking inside people’s cars.
The girl’s mother reported the incident to Euclid police, who pieced together the connection, prosecutors said.
Nhiwatiwa was facing up to seven-and-a-half years after pleading guilty in December to charges of attempted kidnapping, pandering obscenity, disseminating matter harmful to juveniles and endangering children in the Aug. 16 attack. He will be required to register as a sex offender when released from jail.
Nhiwatiwa was hired in 2014. Prior to that, he worked as a security guard where he was named in two lawsuits stemming from men who were shot by him and other security guards, according to Cleveland.com.
Watch the sentencing below.
Ohio Cop Urinates on Girl, 12, at Bus Stop after she Refuses to get into his Car
She refused his ride so he peed on her.
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