Tuscaloosa PD asks for help in officer rape investigation

TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) – The Tuscaloosa Police Department is looking for help in an investigation into one of their own. Tuscaloosa Police Chief Steve Anderson say he needs the public's help in connection to a Tuscaloosa police officer who has been accused of rape while on-duty.

No charges or arrests have been made and the officer is currently on paid administrative leave.

Anderson, during a press conference on Friday, gave thoughts on how he is handling the investigation and asked the public for any knowledge of police misconduct. Anderson also wanted to make it clear that authorities should get subpoenas to get more info.

Anyone with info should call the Tuscaloosa PD at 752-0612.