Jailed Deputy has new Charge

Jailed Deputy has new Charge.

Fmr. Sheriff’s Dep. Evan Cramer had bond set today at $3750 for a new charge, battery on another detainee in jail. Complaint is forthcoming.

St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara fired Cramer after his arrest  on a sexual battery charge.

Former St Lucie County Sheriff’s Deputy Evan Cramer had 12 documented reports of misconduct against him plus two write ups while a member of the Sanford Police Department. Cramer was a probationary officer there for less than a year. He was hired in March of 2015 and resigned in January of 2016.

Then he was arrested by his own St  Lucie County Sheriff. The charge was sexual battery on an adult 18 years of age or older. This happened after a female walked into the Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and said she had been sexually assaulted by a law enforcement officer.

During the initial investigation Cramer alluded to the fact that there were additional victims.  Sheriff Ken Mascara urged any victims to come forward.

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