Former BRPD officer booked on malfeasance charge
BATON ROUGE - Authorities booked the third former BRPD offcer Monday who was named in an indictment for abuse of office.
Isaac Bolden surrendered to police earlier in the day to the charges against him.
Last week's indictment accused Bolden of coercing a woman he stopped back in February to have oral sex with him while two other officers, Emerson Jackson and Travis Wheeler, watched.
Bolden resigned earlier this year from the Baton Rouge Police. Jackson and Wheeler were placed on administrative leave after the indictment was handed up, and later fired.
Wheeler and Jackson surrendered to the charges against them Friday and bonded out of jail. Bolden also bonded out of jail shortly after he was booked.