Sheriff's deputy resigns after incident involving erotic masseuse

Sheriff's deputy resigns after incident involving erotic masseuse

Sheriff's deputy resigns after incident involving erotic masseuse

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Posted on November 21, 2012 at 3:39 PM

Updated Wednesday, Nov 21 at 3:45 PM

(WHAS11) -- A deputy with the Oldham County Sheriff's Office has resigned after an incident involving an erotic masseuse at his home in early November.

The Oldham Era reports William Schulte hired that masseuse to come to his home November 4th. According to the police report, he solicited sex from the masseuse and stole her cell phone when she refused. The woman allegedly went through Schulte's belongings to find her phone, but couldn't find it. The masseuse then went outside to get help from her driver, the Oldham Era reports the police report said the deputy walked to the door with a gun and told the man the leave.

Police contacted the people the deputy claimed stole took her phone, but all of them denied the allegations. Police eventually found the woman's phone in his backyard.

Schutle worked at a Louisville Metro Police Officer prior to his job in Oldham County.

In a 911 tape obtained by WHAS11 News, the woman states Schulte had a weapon and asked for people to help her.

No charges have been filed and Schulte denied any wrongdoing, but he resigned to resolve personal issues. 

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