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Former Arizona state trooper, Tremaine Jackson, sentenced after sexually assaulting women during traffic stops.

Former Arizona state trooper sentenced after sexually assaulting women during traffic stops.

A former Arizona state trooper will spend five years in prison after he pleaded guilty to multiple sex-related charges stemming from his actions during traffic stops, according to Fox 10 Phoenix.

Tremaine Jackson, who was a 13-year veteran of the Arizona Department of Public Safety at the time of his arrest in 2019, was initially charged with 61 counts of sex-related, kidnapping and fraud charges, according to the AZDPS website.

Agreeing to a plea deal, Jackson pleaded guilty to unlawful imprisonment with sexual intent, bribery with sexual intent, attempted kidnapping with sexual intent, fraud with sexual intent and unlawful sexual conduct by a peace officer.

In addition to the prison sentence, Jackson was also placed on lifetime probation. Records show Jackson was arrested by AZDPS on Sept. 10, 2019, after the agency investigated multiple complaints from community members, which included at least eight victims.

In June of that year, the agency received a complaint against Jackson alleging he sexually assaulted a woman during a traffic stop. He was immediately placed on administrative leave, and law enforcement began to investigate.

“The Arizona Department of Public Safety deeply regrets the reprehensible acts perpetrated by Tremaine Jackson. Jackson broke all trust with the community and the Department. We will continue to investigate any new leads or information,” said then AZDPS Director Colonel Frank Milstead.

The misconduct ranged from forced touching to asking for cellphone numbers and nude pictures.

In two cases, Jackson was accused of grabbing a woman’s hand and putting it on his genitals. He was also accused of pressuring a woman to agree to oral sex and following her to a friend’s house. The woman reportedly ran inside and locked the door.

A report by the AP in 2019 also said Jackson forced two women to connect with him on social media app Snapchat during a traffic stop and later messaged them.

Reports from local outlet Boston 25 News stated patrons were not aware of the decision to postpone until closer to 7 p.m., resulting in those who decided to stay standing in the frigid cold waiting for a solution for over an hour. Temperatures were reportedly in the low teens.

“It’s too bad, we were looking forward to seeing the guys and having a mother-son night out,” a disappointed woman told the outlet. “Braved the cold to get here.”

“Impractical Jokers” star James “Murr” Murray was among the fans outside, taking selfies and mingling with the crowd in an effort to “make it right.”

“Coldest day of the year in Boston, but we’re getting through it together,” he said. “Love you guys!”

Murr posted a video on Twitter shortly after 8 p.m. letting fans know he was excited to see them in April. Though fans were disappointed, some told Boston 25 they will be first in line when the cast returns in a couple of months.

Excited for the show regardless of the date, one fan said she got her tickets during the presale period and has been “waiting for this for ages.”

Her friend then added she drove five hours from Maine to attend the Boston show.

“We just love them so much and for this to happen is pretty disappointing but hopefully, we can make it back because we love them so much,” a third fan chimed in. “They would never do this on purpose.”

The venue said it was profoundly sorry for the inconvenience, adding that the record-setting cold has caused similar issues at other buildings in Boston’s Theatre District.

(L-R) James Murray, Brian Quinn, Joseph Gatto and Salvatore Vulcano of The Tenderloins perform during the truTV Impractical Jokers ‘Where’s Larry?’ Tour at Radio City Music Hall on January 30, 2016 in New York City.

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