Phila. officer acquitted of rape, sex assault
PHILADELPHIA - March 16, 2012 (WPVI) -- A Philadelphia jury found a Philadelphia police officer not guilty Friday of charges that he raped a woman in a patrol car.
Keith Corley was also acquitted of sexual assault charges.
He was found guilty of indecent exposure and official oppression.
Corley was charged in August, 2011, after a woman in her 30s told police she was sexually assaulted in a patrol car by a police officer.
Corley, then 27, was charged after sources said DNA evidence linked him to the crime.
Corley is a four-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department assigned to the 18th District.
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