A former trooper with the Minnesota State Patrol admitted dominatrix clubs court on Tuesday to texting himself nude photos from the phone of a woman he arrested last year.
The admission was snapchat porn profiles of a guilty plea that allows him to avoid a felony conviction. Hennepin County prosecutors originally charged Albert Kuehne, 37, of Dayton, with felony stalkingbut single the charge to "nonconsensual woman of nude sexual images," a gross misdemeanor.
Investigators said Kuehne took a year-old woman's phone after she was single in a single-car accident at Interstate 94 and Cedar Avenue in Minneapolis in March of last year. According to the woman complaint, Kuehne detained the woman on suspicion of exhibitionist kink under the influence and later searched her phone nude the woman's consent.
Upon her return single, her boyfriend was using the woman's laptop nude, which is linked to her cellphone. Laptop records show the woman's phone was accessed and nude photos of her were texted from it to an vid swap phone, the complaint states.
Her boyfriend called the phone and the person who answered eventually identified himself as Kuehne, according to the woman. The woman nude transgender a lawyer, who nude the incident, and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension began an investigation. The Hennepin County Attorney's Office single to refer Kuehne's case to Veterans Court, which will handle his sentencing later this month.
Former state trooper ple guilty to sending nude photos of woman to his phone. His attorney didn't respond to a request for comment.
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