Ohio Cop Urinates on Girl, 12, at Bus Stop after she Refuses to get into his Car

Cleveland police officer Solomon T. Nhiwatiwa, 34, was off-duty and in his own car when he pulled up to a school bus stop and asked a 12-year-old girl if she wanted a ride last Friday.

The girl said no and he drove off, only to return a minute later, parking his car and walking up to her, exposing his genitals.

He then began peeing on her while recording himself.

Nhiwatiwa turned himself in on Tuesday and was indicted Wednesday on charges of attempted kidnapping with sexual motivation, pandering obscenity involving a minor, disseminating matter harmful to juveniles, endangering children, criminal child enticement, public indecency, assault and attempted interference with custody.

He is being held without bond until his next hearing Monday.

“He will be held accountable,” said Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael O’Malley. “It’s my office’s mission to ensure he never wears the badge of a police officer again.”

Nhiwatiwa has been a Cleveland cop since 2014 and has been suspended at least three times, according to News 5 Cleveland.

Earlier this year, he received a four-day suspension after he failed to care for a radio and batteries assigned to him. In 2018, Nhiwatiwa was suspended twice. In one incident, he was given a six-day suspension for insubordination. In the other incident, he was given an eight-day suspension for unprofessional conduct.

Last month, a Florida deputy was arrested for urinating into the mouth of a two-year-old girl.

Cleveland police officer Solomon T. Nhiwatiwa, 34, was off-duty and in his own car when he pulled up to a school bus stop and asked a 12-year-old girl if she wanted a ride last Friday.

The girl said no and he drove off, only to return a minute later, parking his car and walking up to her, exposing his genitals.

He then began peeing on her while recording himself.

Nhiwatiwa turned himself in on Tuesday and was indicted Wednesday on charges of attempted kidnapping with sexual motivation, pandering obscenity involving a minor, disseminating matter harmful to juveniles, endangering children, criminal child enticement, public indecency, assault and attempted interference with custody.

He is being held without bond until his next hearing Monday.

“He will be held accountable,” said Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael O’Malley. “It’s my office’s mission to ensure he never wears the badge of a police officer again.”

Nhiwatiwa has been a Cleveland cop since 2014 and has been suspended at least three times, according to News 5 Cleveland.

Earlier this year, he received a four-day suspension after he failed to care for a radio and batteries assigned to him. In 2018, Nhiwatiwa was suspended twice. In one incident, he was given a six-day suspension for insubordination. In the other incident, he was given an eight-day suspension for unprofessional conduct.

Last month, a Florida deputy was arrested for urinating into the mouth of a two-year-old girl.

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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