Former KCKPD detective Roger Golubski arrested by FBI

A former Kansas City, Kansas, police detective charged with bribery and sexual exploitation was arrested Thursday morning by federal authorities. FBI officials confirm that former Detective Roger Golubski was arrested without incident at his home in Edwardsville, Kansas. Golubski faces six counts of sexual assault against two different victims. Golubski is accused of sexually assaulting the first victim multiple times between 1998 and 2001, and a second victim between 1999 and 2002. The indictment alleges that Golubski’s conduct included aggravated sexual abuse and kidnapping. A grand jury criminal investigation was opened by federal prosecutors against Golubski last year. Golubski, 69, was previously accused of using his badge to terrorize black women. He would also have forced some of them to fabricate testimonies to clarify the cases he was investigating. 2019 civil complaint filed by a man charged with double murder. This man is Lamonte McIntyre. McIntyre also filed a federal lawsuit against Golubski. Golubski handled the case against McIntyre, and the suit claims Golubski charged McIntyre with double murder after Golubski forced McIntyre’s mother, Rose McIntyre, to perform a sex act at the police station. The lawsuit alleges that Lamonte McIntyre was framed after Rose McIntyre’s departure, Lamonte’s arrest and subsequent conviction were retaliation for Golubski. Golubski was also accused of witness intimidation. Kansas City, Kansas Police Chief Karl Oakman released this statement after receiving news of Golubski’s arrest: “I was advised this morning that former KCKPD officer Roger Golubski had been indicted by a federal grand jury and arrested by the FBI. This indictment is an example that no individual is above the law. The department will continue to cooperate and provide all necessary assistance to the FBI as this case progresses. The Kansas City, Kansas Police Department is committed to connecting with the community through transparency, integrity, commitment, and security. All requests involving the “Roger Golubski’s indictment should be directed to the FBI, Kansas City Bureau. Support and welcome any independent outside investigation into any allegations of criminal misconduct by anyone within the Unified Government. Although we never comment on investigations in course stigatio n to protect the integrity of these efforts, I remain committed to bringing greater transparency and accountability to all aspects of local government, including public safety. As a former police officer and resident, I will continue to advocate for improved police-community relations to rebuild trust, especially among the most vulnerable. »

A former Kansas City, Kansas, police detective charged with bribery and sexual exploitation was taken into custody Thursday morning by federal authorities.

FBI officials confirm that former Detective Roger Golubski was arrested without incident at his home in Edwardsville, Kansas.

Golubski faces six counts of sexual assault against two different victims.

Golubski is accused of sexually assaulting the first victim multiple times between 1998 and 2001, and a second victim between 1999 and 2002.

The indictment alleges that Golubski’s conduct included aggravated sexual abuse and kidnapping.

A grand jury criminal investigation was opened by federal prosecutors against Golubski last year.

Golubski, 69, was previously accused of using his badge to terrorize black women. He would also have forced some of them to fabricate testimonies to clarify the cases he was investigating.

Golubski is accused of being “a dirty cop who used the power of his badge to exploit vulnerable black women, including black women who worked as prostitutes”, according to a 2019 civil complaint filed by man charged with double murder.

This man is Lamonte McIntyre. McIntyre also filed a federal lawsuit against Golubski.

Golubski handled the case against McIntyre, and the suit claims Golubski charged McIntyre with double murder after Golubski forced McIntyre’s mother, Rose McIntyre, to perform a sex act at the police station. The lawsuit alleges that Lamonte McIntyre was framed after Rose McIntyre’s departure, Lamonte’s arrest and subsequent conviction were retaliation for Golubski.

Golubski was also accused of witness intimidation.

Kansas City, Kansas Police Chief Karl Oakman released this statement after receiving news of Golubski’s arrest: “I was informed this morning that former KCKPD officer Roger Golubski has been indicted by a Federal Grand Jury and arrested by the FBI. This indictment is an example that no individual is above the law. The department will continue to cooperate and provide all necessary assistance to the FBI as this case progresses. Kansas City, Kansas police are committed to connecting with the community through transparency, integrity, commitment and security.All inquiries regarding the indictment of Roger Golubski should be directed to the FBI, Kansas Bureau City.”

KCK Mayor Tyrone Garner released a statement:

“Today’s arrest may provide short-term comfort, but it is not the end. I remain committed to supporting and welcoming any independent outside investigation into any allegations of criminal misconduct by anyone within While we never comment on investigations to protect the integrity of these efforts, I remain committed to bringing greater transparency and accountability to all aspects of local government, including public safety. As a former police officer and resident, I will continue to champion improving police relations and restoring trust, especially among our most vulnerable.”

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