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(Fox 32 Chicago)
A Chicago police officer has been charged with touching three women without their consent while on duty over the past two years.
Officer Corey Deanes, 47, was arrested Tuesday and charged with three felony counts of official misconduct and one felony count of aggravated battery in a public place, according to a statement from Chicago police. He is also charged with two misdemeanor counts of battery.
Deanes is accused of making "inappropriate physical contact" with three women on three separate occasions between Aug. 28, 2017, and July 13, 2018, police said. All three victims positively identified him during the investigation.
Deanes pulled over a 23-year-old woman for making an illegal turn about 11:30 p.m. on Aug. 28, 2017, in the 2500 block of North Clark Street, according to Cook County court records.
He commented on the woman's physique during the traffic stop, asked for her phone number and threatened to write her a ticket if she didn't give it to him, prosecutors said. After she wrote her number down in Deanes' note pad, he hugged her against her will and touched her buttocks.
She called 911 when she got back to her Oak Park home, but was 2 afraid to answer the door when officers arrived, prosecutors said. When she went to a Chicago police station with her father to file a report the next day, police learned Deanes never ran a name check on her license or registration during the traffic stop.
The second incident happened about 3 a.m. on July 1, 2018, when Deanes responded to a 911 call from a 29-year-old woman who reported a homeless person sitting on her doorstep in the 600 block of West Barry Avenue, according to court records.
She left the immediate area to call and returned home to find Deanes outside and the other person gone, prosecutors said. As he spoke with the woman, Deanes "expressed interest" in her outfit, "taking hold of her wrist and extending her arm so that the outer layer she was wearing exposed her wrist, shorts and tank top underneath."
When Deanes asked ther why she'd been out so late, she told him she was working and mentioned her rent money, prosecutors said.