Only Probation For Cop Who Had Middle School Student Give Him Blowjob

In yet another example of the double standard that exists between cops and the rest of the population, a Houston Independent School District police officer has received just five years of probation despite having a middle school student give him a blowjob.

In January, officer Jacob Ryan Delgadillo, 30, was charged with two felony counts of indecency with a 14-year-old sixth grader after another student came forward alleging that the victim told her about sexual encounters she had with the cop.

The victim said Delgadillo had her perform oral sex on him and fondled her “underneath her clothes” in a girls’ bathroom on campus at Cullen Middle School on Nov. 18, 2015.

Delgadillo, who resigned following the allegations, was also said to have blown kisses at the student during school hours and additionally sent her pictures of his penis.

According to court records, images matching the description of those the victim said were sent to her were recovered by investigators from Delgadillo’s cellphone.

The former school cop faced up to 20 years in prison for the charges, but on Wednesday, he accepted a plea agreement that stipulated the two counts of indecency be dismissed.

As such, Delgadillo was only prosecuted for the charge of “improper relationship with a student,” meaning he admitted merely to placing the girl’s hand on his genitals.

The plea deal stipulates that Delgadillo spend five years on a type of probation known in the criminal justice system as “deferred adjudication.”

This means he will not have a conviction on his record if he successfully abides by the terms of the probation, and will not have to register as a sex offender.

Those terms include surrendering his law enforcement license and not having contact with his victim. Additionally, Delgadillo must not have any contact with minors, at all.

Failure to follow the terms could result in the former resource officer being sentenced to the maximum punishment for his crimes.

The decision not to sentence Delgadillo to prison was swiftly condemned by police accountability advocates on social media.

District Court prosecutors said however, that the victim’s family was satisfied with the result of the case and wish to put the incident behind them.

During the court hearing, the girl categorized what occurred as an “inappropriate” relationship that she chose to end after attending a church sermon about “values.”

“We had conversations and I was like, ‘We cant’t do this. It’s not OK.’ We both knew it. He knew it,” the teen said.