Trooper to Be Terminated Over Roadside Cavity Search

The female Texas trooper who performed a roadside cavity search on two Irving women will be terminated according to the Department of Public Safety.

The two women from Irving are suing Trooper David Farrell, Trooper Kelley Helleson and the director of the Department of Public Safety for what they call an unconstitutional search without probable cause.

Department of Public Safety spokesman Tom Vinger says agency director Steve McCraw has made a preliminary determination to terminate Trooper Kelly Helleson. Vinger, in a statement Wednesday, said Helleson will have the opportunity to meet with McCraw before her firing is final.

Helleson and Trooper David Ferrell in December were put on paid suspension as the case awaits review by a Dallas County grand jury.

– Read the entire article at NBC 7.

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  1. Anonymous on

    they just felt like raping two innocent women on the side of the road, they want public approval so they can do it all the time, these two ladies never committed any crime, but they were raped a gun point, what else would you call it when you shove your fingers up somebody’s @ss.

  2. Sno on

    I just finished watching the whole video non edited and am appalled. What most sites don’t show is the beginning from the start. Hearing the cop claim they are acting weird and such when to me they weren’t at all nor did they appear high despite the video being blurry, like their how they carried themselves and spoke did not sound high at all. Secondly, how dare these officers preform a cavity search on the side of the road. Cops think they can do whatever they want here in the state specially the South and it is absurd. It isn’t “innocent till proven guilty” anymore. Ironic how they found nothing too.