More Details Emerge In Fayetteville Officer’s Arrest

Police say other victims possible

Posted: December 22, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Officer Jamison Stiles shows how he can use his computer to check for warrants on a person in his squad car Thursday July 15, 2010 in Rogers. Rogers police officers must also serve warrants during their regular patrols. Stiles said he tries to check out two warrants each shift which allows his to check on 40 warrants a month.

A former Fayetteville police officer accused of burglary, sexual assault and rape had no known prior criminal history or job complaints, but investigators haven’t ruled out the possibility of more victims, Sgt. Craig Stout said Saturday.


Stiles Case

• July 8: Alleged sexual assault of a then co-worker

• Oct. 26: Alleged sexual assault of an intoxicated woman

• Nov. 10: Alleged sexual assault is reported to police

• Nov. 13: Internal investigation begins

• Dec. 4: Stiles put on administrative leave; Criminal investigation begins

• Monday: Stiles fired for not cooperating with detectives, other violations

• Tuesday: July sexual assault is reported to police

• Friday: Stiles arrested in connection with rape, second-degree sexual assault, burglary

Source: Fayetteville Police Department

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