Cop Named Detective of the Year, Who Is a Married Father, Only Gets a Misdemeanor Charge After Sending Sexually Explicit Messages to Someone He Thought Was a 14- Year- Old Girl
This is a news story about a married guy who has a child of his own who was caught trying to engage in sex acts with someone he believed to be a teen girl – marriage does not make a person more ethical, godly, loving, responsible, or moral.
Married people are destroying marriage all on their own, with no help from progressives.
That deviants like this man get married goes to show that common Christian teachings about marriage – at least in the content I saw when growing up years ago – is false; one does not have to become perfect, or improve themselves in some way, before God will grant the person a spouse or allow them to get married.
If God is permitting perverts like this man to get married, rest assured, he’s more than likely not with-holding a spouse from you over far lesser sins or mistakes.
This also belies the common misperception by Christians that married sex is so great and mind-blowing that married people won’t commit sexual sin. Despite being married, this married guy was trying to find a way to have sex with a 14 year old girl… obviously, being married doesn’t make a person immune from sexual sin.
A veteran police officer who was named “Detective of the Year” in 2019 was charged with exchanging sexually explicit messages with someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl.
August 3, 2022
by Melissa Koenig
A California cop who was once heralded as a Detective of the Year is now facing a misdemeanor charge after he allegedly sexted someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl.
Gregory Daniel Beaumarchais, 43, a married father of one, faces a maximum sentence of one year in prison on a misdemeanor charge of annoying or molesting a victim believed to be under the age of 18.
He will also have to register as a sex offender if convicted.
Authorities say the Santa Ana officer exchanged sexually explicit messages with someone posing as a 14-year-old girl on social media from December 2021 through January 2022.
Some of the text messages were even sent while he was on duty as an officer with the Major Enforcement Team, a division he helped form in 2020 to respond to various crimes throughout the city — including gangs, gun trafficking and narcotics.
When the unspecified social media network cut off his account, authorities say, Beaumarchais instantly created another account under a similar user name.
He turned himself into Orange County authorities on Tuesday after a warrant was issued for his arrest, and was released on his own recognizance.
Beaumarchais is now scheduled to appear back in court for an arraignment on October 13.
…They said they were notified about his ‘potential criminal conduct’ last Friday, when a civilian decoy who posed as a 14-year-old girl contacted the Orange County Crime Stoppers.
She then shared the messages she received from someone claiming to be a 45-year-old police officer with the officers, who then contacted federal authorities.
…Beaumarchais has been with the Santa Ana police department for 11 years, and has responded to some of the most high-profile crimes in Santa Ana, according to the Los Angeles Times.
He was named Detective of the Year in 2019, a video posted to Facebook shows, and was one of three officers involved in a police shooting in 2016.