Police officer found not guilty of raping woman in Plymouth while on duty

David Stansbury cleared of three counts of rape of a vulnerable woman in 2009 that were reported to police in 2020

A police sergeant has been found not guilty of raping a vulnerable woman after going to her home to take a statement after a domestic incident.

David Stansbury, 43, who was a Devon and Cornwall officer at the time, was accused of attacking the woman on three occasions in Plymouth 2009 and telling her: “I am the law.”

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