Kenneth Schmidt, 38, pulled a woman over while on duty, a little after midnight on April 6. While giving the woman a "courtesy ride" home, he allegedly took her to an abandoned parking lot, called her an offensive- and racial-charged name, and raped her. Schmidt's attorney, Michael G. Kam, contends the sex was consensual.
When the former officer walked into magistrate court wearing an orange jumpsuit Friday morning, his mother made a motion of pushing up her chin. Schmidt smiled slightly.
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