PHOENIX - A Phoenix police report just released to ABC15 reveals detailed information about a former officer accused of sexual misconduct with two teenage boys.
Christopher Wilson was arrested last month and faces 10 felony counts. The alleged victims are a 14-year-old and a 17-year-old.
The 97-page reports states the 14-year-old's mother found a text message on her son's cell phone about him kissing Wilson. The mother took her son to a counselor after he became suicidal. Police were contacted and Wilson was arrested and resigned not long after.
The report lists two incidents between April 1 and July 15, 2012. The first at Wilson's Phoenix home and the second at the 17-year-old's apartment.
The report states that's where Wilson and the older boy got into the shower then the younger boy joined them on the bed. The younger boy, who's said to be in tenth grade, told investigators he felt "pressured into joining".
In the report, Wilson admits to investigators he had sexual contact with the boys at least once. He told investigators "…it's my fault man. It was all mutual. But, I mean I was a fool on my part. I should of known better."
Wilson pleaded not guilty. His next court date is scheduled for October 8, 2012.
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