Police officer and U.S. Air Force member unzips pants and tries to rape woman who called for help following an assault


Jason Bryon Nebergall (right) 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) A police officer who was called to the scene of an assault, took advantage of a vulnerable woman and tried to rape her in her home, according to police in Florida.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said that they have arrested 38-year-old Jason Bryon Nebergall, after being accused of entering the woman’s home and kissing her.

Nebergall has been charged with two counts of sexual battery.

Nebergall, who is a member of the U.S. Air Force, was booked into jail, and his bail has been set at $100,000. A judge also banned the police officer from possessing any weapons.

Nebergall has been on paid administrative leave.

According to the criminal complaint, Nebergall and other police officers were called to the woman’s home after she complained that her landlord beat her up.

Nebergall told the woman that she looked very handsome and does not look like she was beaten. Nebergall offered to check on her later.

Within the next hour, he knocked on the woman’s door and she opened. Nebergall grabbed her by the hair and kissed her.

Nebergall unzipped his pants and tried to rape her. He suddenly stopped, saying that he has to get a condom. The officer kissed her again and said that he would come back later.

Nebergall denied the allegations. A lab test confirmed that the DNA found on the woman's chest was from Nebergall.


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