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Former Pittsburgh officer cleared of sex charge


March 22, 2001
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Former Pittsburgh officer cleared of sex charge

Jim Mckinnon, Post-Gazette Staff Writer
March 20, 2001
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
March 20, 2001, Tuesday, Sooner Edition

(PITTSBURGH) - Former police Officer Michael L. Boyd, once hailed as a hero cop who was injured when his station house was attacked with gunfire, was acquitted yesterday of charges that he molested a woman after a traffic stop in Hazelwood in 1999.

Boyd, formerly of Jackson, Miss., was fired from the Pittsburgh Police Bureau amid criminal charges of indecent assault and official oppression.

A Homestead woman, 19, told investigators that Boyd, 33, of Perry Hilltop, pulled her over at about 2:30 a.m. Oct. 23, 1999, in Hazelwood.

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