Yes Washington County is a great place to be a slime-dog slum lord or a slime-dog cop. In both cases , males used their power to coerce oral sex etc from Lower class females. Jensen the cop- got 30 months , which was more to punish him for humiliating the Beaverton Police , then the sex act, because he is not a sex offender. By the way, most of the hookers in Beaverton are mexicans or asians -another sign of the invasion.
Prostitutes say they were afraid to refuse sex acts with Beaverton officer
When Joshua Jensen twice arranged to meet a prostitute in a Beaverton parking lot for sex, neither woman knew he was a cop until he showed up in uniform and ordered them behind a garbage container, investigative reports show.
Both women said they were upset and felt they had to go with the officer.
“When he first took me back behind the Dumpster … my hands were shaking,” one of the victims told The Oregonian Wednesday.
“I was scared – his whole demeanor was very intimidating,” she said. “I really didn’t know what to expect or what would happen.”
In the first incident, Jensen told the woman what she was doing as a prostitute was wrong. Then he asked for oral sex. She asked if she had to, and he said she didn’t. Afterward, he paid her $40.
But with the second woman, Jensen asked her why he shouldn’t arrest her. She replied that she wouldn’t do it anymore.
He said, “Well, if there’s something I want out of it,” then unzipped his pants, reports show.
The woman told investigators and The Oregonian that Jensen then “grabbed me by the back of the head and forced my head down, and I really didn’t have a choice.”
Jensen, 25, pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of prostitution, two counts of official misconduct and one count of coercion, and was sentenced to 30 months in prison. He was not charged with a sex crime and will not have to report as a sex offender when he is released.
Detectives who investigated the case were considering first-degree sodomy and first-degree sexual abuse, both Measure 11 crimes, police reports show. Those charges require evidence of “forcible compulsion,” said prosecutor Roger Hanlon. Based on the evidence, he said, “he didn’t commit those crimes.”
Forcible compulsion requires an expressed or implied physical threat, Hanlon said. Coercion occurred because of his implied threat to arrest the victim if she didn’t perform the sex act, he said.
“He didn’t force them, but he certainly coerced them,” Hanlon said. “He didn’t threaten to kill them or hurt them, but there was this element of coercion.”
One of the women told The Oregonian she was upset with how the case was handled.
“He didn’t get charged with what he should have gotten charged with,” the woman said. “I would have liked to have seen justice be done.”
During the investigation, Washington County Detective Linda Trapp asked the woman to send Jensen text messages about the incident on the detective’s cell phone.
“Ok here’s the deal I’m having a rough time handling all this and I just need to hear you say sorry one time for making me do that,” the victim said in a text message to Jensen.
He replied, “I’m sorry and I hope things work out better for you.”
During Trapp’s interview with Jensen, she referred to the messages and said, “This looks like you forced her.”
Throughout the interview, Jensen admitted meeting the victim on duty but denied any sexual contact.
Jensen’s defense attorney told detectives that Jensen had been contacting local prostitutes off duty since before he was married in May 2009, according to the reports.
Jensen told detectives he spoke with prostitutes by phone and in person to counsel them because “he was trying to help them out.”
Above picture of a mexican hooker working in Washington County and posting on Erotic Services.
Both victims told detectives they believed Jensen likely had more victims.
And the woman who reported Jensen told The Oregonian that she worries about her safety.
She is a moron- she is a hooker and men love to abuse hookers.
“This is the God’s honest truth,” she said, “I’m on edge and a little bit scared.”