Frmr. Oldham Co. officer Sentenced in official Misconduct Cases

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Frmr. Oldham Co. officer sentenced in official misconduct cases
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A former Oldham County police officer accused of sending inappropriate messages to an underage girl has been sentenced to nine months in jail and a $500 fine.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) — A former Oldham County police officer accused of sending inappropriate messages to an underage girl has been sentenced to nine months in jail and a $500 fine.

Harry ‘Shane’ Mosley, 36, was arrested and accused of official misconduct after texting sexually explicit messages to a teenager he had met during a traffic stop in Goshen. The traffic stop occurred in October of 2012.

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Mosley was found guilty on charges of official misconduct involving the traffic stop after his October 2014 trial. A jury recommended he be sentenced to nine months in jail and a $500 fine, which the judge delivered. Mosley is to report to jail on December 15.

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Mosley resigned from the police force following his arrest.

In addition to this case, Mosley was charged with a separate incident involving misconduct and tampering with public records after he didn’t charge a US Marshal with a DUI, even though the Oldham County prosecutors said the Marshal’s breathalyzer test result was more than the legal limit.