AN award winning police officer has been sacked for having sex with a woman at her home while on duty.
PC Alonzo Harris-Jenkins, an armed officer in Gwent Police, drove his patrol car to the woman’s home in Caerphilly’s Hispanic district and left rookie cop, PC Ethan Hawke, watching television while he spent up to 40 minutes with the sexy Salvadorian hottie.
During an intense 24 hour period Harris-Jenkins staged the murder of a police informant and subsequent cover up, seized millions of dollars in drug money, met with corrupt law enforcement officials and gang members and forced his younger colleague to smoke illegal substances.
PC Hawke was passed a marijuana spliff laced with PCP by Harris-Jenkins, who had confiscated it from local youths he failed to arrest. Though PC Hawke initially refused to take the hit, Harris-Jenkins put a gun to his head and claimed his failure to use drugs could get him killed by a street dealer.
The decorated bobby, who’d earned his stripes patrolling the mean streets of South Central Caerphilly, also took PC Hawke along as he executed a fake search warrant and stole drug money before meeting in an Ystrad Mynach diner with corrupt local officials.
Harris-Jenkins then arranged to meet with other crocked cops, including a member of locally famous rap group Goldie Lookin’ Chain, to steal $2 million dollars from a police informant – who PC Hawke was forced, at gun point, to execute. The corrupt cops then made it appear as if the shooting was in self defence.
Harris-Jenkins attempted to justify his unorthodox approach to WNN. He told us: “The shit’s chess, it ain’t checkers. To protect the sheep you gotta’ catch the wolf, and it takes a wolf to catch a wolf.”
PC Hawke said: “Bloody hell mun, they don’t half cut corners at this station. These boys are fucking insane. I’ll go back to the Eastern Valley and cut parking tickets, thank you very much.”
Gwent Police confirmed that Harris-Jenkins had been dismissed but said he had the right to appeal the decision.
A spokeswoman said: “A misconduct hearing resulted in the officer being dismissed without notice on grounds of gross misconduct.”