Pedophile Phoenix Arizona Veteran Police Officer Christopher J. Wilson Arrested And Charged With Sexual Misconduct With Minors – Quit After Arrest For Sex With Young Boys


PHOENIX, ARIZONA – Phoenix police say one of their officers was arrested Tuesday night for sexual misconduct with minors.

Chief Daniel Garcia of Phoenix police identified the officer at a news conference Wednesday morning as 43-year-old Christopher J. Wilson.

A 14-year-old boy told his parents about the allegations of sexual misconduct, Garcia said.

The investigation began when another victim, a 17-year-old boy, contacted police, he said.

The relationship with the 17-year-old lasted three to four months, and the relationship with the 14-year-old was about three weeks long, Garcia said.

Wilson was a community relations officer that worked as a liaison to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.

He was arrested just after 8 p.m. Tuesday at his home without incident.

Wilson admitted to the relationships and resigned, police said.

He was a 13-year veteran.

Chief Garcia said he is “very disturbed” about this incident.

As a liaison for the LGBT community, Wilson worked with several groups in the Valley.

He would be a point of contact for those organizations to share their concerns with.

Brad Wishon, Chair of the the One Voice LGBT Community Center, now worries Wilson’s arrest could cause a backlash against the gay community.

“I think that people find a reason to justify what they’re already feeling and use that to justify acting inappropriately or to attack a community for what one individual does,” Wishon said.

Wishon added he hopes the arrest is not a reflection on the gay community.

“Even though Chris is a gay man that is not what is at issue here. What is at issue is an adult who should have known better, did not do better, and as a result two young people are harmed and that’s the real tragedy here,” Wishon said.

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