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Former Overland Park police officer pleads guilty to making threats

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Rodney Wilson pleaded guilty to assault, obstructing the legal process and false impersonation. (KCTV5) Rodney Wilson pleaded guilty to assault, obstructing the legal process and false impersonation. (KCTV5)
OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -

A former Overland Park police officer has pleaded guilty to making a threat on Facebook.

Rodney Wilson pleaded guilty to assault, obstructing the legal process and false impersonation.

A woman in Dallas who did not know Wilson complained after he posted on her Facebook page.

Apparently in response to comments about Black Lives Matter, Wilson posted under a picture of the woman’s daughter, “We’ll see how much her life matters – hold her close tonight. It’ll be the last time.”

Wilson was promptly fired by the Overland Park Police Department following an investigation.

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